This Is Where The Yogurt In Chick-Fil-A's Parfait Comes From

Chick-fil-A's numerous delicious offerings have several loyal fans for a good reason. According to Ranker, some of the most popular items to order at this fast-food restaurant include the Waffle Potato Fries, the Chick-fil-A Nuggets, the Chick-fil-A Chicken Sandwich, and more. The brand also doesn't disappoint if you are someone with a sweet tooth and simply want to satisfy a craving. 

For example, you could choose to either order the chocolate milkshake or opt for chocolate chunk cookie (via Sweety High). You could even get yourself a huge serving of the parfait on the menu. According to the official Chick-fil-A website, the yogurt parfait is a "creamy, organic vanilla bean Greek yogurt," coupled with berries and toppings based on your preference. For example, you could either choose to add cookie crumbs to your dish or go for granola instead.

But do you really know what's in your parfait? Where does the yogurt come from? We are giving you the details.

The fast-food chain's yogurt promises 'a world of flavor'

According to Chick-fil-A employees on Reddit, the brand gets its vanilla bean Greek yogurt from an organic brand called Wallaby's. The yogurt, as per the company, is manufactured with organic ingredients and whole milk. The Aussie yogurt promises to offer "a world of flavor and rich texture." Sounds rather delicious, to be honest.

The brand also claims that it's easy to enjoy the yogurt either on its own with other ingredients such as granola, fresh fruit, chocolate pieces, and more. By the way, a Redditor has been so impressed with the parfait at Chick-fil-A that they've been trying to recreate the dish at home using ingredients they've sourced from local shops. They wrote, "I've actually started making my own Greek Yogurt Parfaits after being so impressed with the ones at Chick-fil-A. I can't afford to get one every day so I've began buying the ingredients." Well, who's tempted to do the same?