Here's How You Can Get Chick-Fil-A Sauce Without Stealing It

Any fan of Chick-fil-A will be familiar with this scenario. You walk to the counter to ask for a couple of extra Polynesian sauce packets, knowing darn well that you plan to hoard them at home for your own use. A Chick-fil-A employee always obliges with a "my pleasure," but still, you're certainly taking more sauce than a 12-pack of nuggets requires. 

While it may not technically be stealing, Chick-fil-A could save us all a guilt trip if only they would bottle those delicious sauces and sell them. Well, you're in luck sauce-dippers — because the chicken giant has finally caught on to just how popular their sauces are, and they plan to sell them. The chain recently announced that for the first time, several of its sauces will be available for purchase in bottle form (via The Chicken Wire).  

Here's everything you need to know about which sauces will be up for grabs and where you can get your hands on them. 

Getting Chick-fil-A's bottled sauces could require some travel

No longer will Chick-fil-A fans have to source their sauce one tiny packet at a time, because five of its sauces are being bottled up for the public. Because Polynesian and the signature Chick-fil-A sauce are two of the most popular sauces, those will be available in a 16-ounce bottle for purchase at Target, Public, Walmart, and Winn-Dixie stores starting in April. All five sauces, including barbeque, honey mustard, and garden herb ranch will be available in 8-ounce bottles for sale at Chick-fil-A restaurants. Sorry, fans of Sriracha and zesty buffalo, those sauces won't be included. 

Now for the bad news. The sauces will only be for sale in Florida. Yes, this undoubtedly frustrating for Chick-fil-A fans in the rest of the world, but as Business Insider points out, if the bottled sauce sales prove successful in Florida, then sales will likely go nationwide.  

The 16-ounce bottles of the sauce are expected to sell for $3.49 and Chick-fil-A is dubbing the new sales initiative as "sauce with a purpose." That's because the fast food chain is donating 100 percent of the proceeds from its bottled sauce sales to its Chick-fil-A employee college scholarship program (via The Chicken Wire).