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My Beef With Chick-fil-A

CHICK-FIL-A CHICKEN SANDWICH Provolone Cheese 7.1 Ounce, Chick fil A Fast Food Chicken Sandwich Restaurants

Even those like me who, day in and day out, make their living by encouraging people to eat much less chicken and far more beef.

The author of two books, Yaakov Rosenblatt tends the flock, both literally and figuratively, as CEO of AD Rosenblatt Kosher Meats and a rabbi at NCSY-Dallas.

About the Author: Yaakov Rosenblatt, the author of two books, is a rabbi and businessman in Dallas.

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24 Responses to “My Beef With Chick-fil-A”

  1. Juliet Giles says:


  2. Melissa From-Chicago says:

    Excellent op-ed Rabbi!

  3. If companies are people and people vote with dollars then the destination of the restaurant’s donations are open for public debate. It very well should be an issue as to where peoples’ hard-earned money goes after the chicken goes down their gullet. This issue has made our little feathered friend the modern martyr as Chick-fil-A laughs all the way to the bank. Watch the poultry be nailed to the cross and pierced by the spear of destiny at the hands of those devious cows on my artist’s blog at http://dregstudiosart.blogspot.com/2012/08/holy-rollin-poultry-on-cross-chick-fil.html.

  4. You bloviate over nothing. It's just a matter of time, place, and circumstance. As well as, maybe, expense.

  5. Really? I love beef but chicken is cheaper. That's the real issue. Blame the economy not a food chain. Seriously.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I remember learning, as part of the laws of kashruth, that a Jew was not allowed to buy treif for a gentile even though it was perfectly acceptable for him to eat trief. Wouldn't buying his letter carrier a gift card to Chik Fil A constitute buying him treif? Just asking…

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