Chipotle is adding new chiplots chicken options to its menu, and you can expect to pay more for them.
The chain said Monday it would launch new chicken options in two of its most popular cities, Seattle and Portland, Oregon.
The menu will include chicken strips, boneless skinless chicken breasts, chicken and ground beef, and a side of sour cream and sour cream sauce.
The company also announced it would introduce an active option contract that allows customers to order a new product in the event of a strike or lockout, with the option of getting a refund.
The change comes as a strike over a new labor agreement between the company and the US Department of Labor has intensified nationwide.
Chipotle said it was launching the new options because it expects to increase the amount of chicken it offers to customers.
“We are seeing that our customers are demanding more chicken, and the demand is growing,” Chipotle Chief Operating Officer Joe Vasquez said.
“It’s our expectation that the chicken options we are introducing will be able to accommodate the demand that we are seeing.
This will allow us to make additional chicken options available for our customers.”
Chipotle’s chicken options will cost $2.99 to $2,19.99 a dozen.
The new chicken strips will cost less than the existing options, which will cost the same as those sold at McDonalds.
The chicken breast options will also be available at a lower price.
Vasquez said that the company is also planning to introduce a “new chicken product” that will include new chicken, ground beef and sour sauce options.
The product is expected to debut in September.
The new chicken choices are the first major changes Chipotle has made since the US government announced in December that it would seek to resolve the ongoing labor dispute with the fast-food giant.
Chipots chicken, however, is still priced higher than its competitor, Subway, according to the Food Network’s Big Mac Index.
The restaurant chain is also raising the price of its chicken products, which include chicken and steak.
The US Department Of Labor’s strike has intensified in recent days, as more than 1,000 fast food workers have locked themselves out of their jobs.
The strike has become so contentious that it has resulted in a nationwide shutdown of the nation’s main transportation network, with workers staging protests outside McDonalds and Taco Bell restaurants, and at Chipotle.
The workers are also threatening to walk out of Taco Bell and McDonalds locations as well.