Chick-Fil-A Dropping 2 Popular Menu Items

( We hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Chil-fil-A is removing two popular items from its menu and we’re pretty bummed about it. The popular fast-food restaurant is reportedly removing decaffeinated coffee and its famous Sunflower Multigrain Bagel from the menu.

A spokesperson confirmed the change to the menu to Fox News on Monday, which is expected to take place on April 26.

So if you’re a fan of coffee that doesn’t get you buzzed and multigrain bagels…grab them before they’re gone!

“Later this spring, we will remove two items from the national menu, the bagel and decaf hot coffee, a well as consolidate several of our size offerings,” a Chick-fil-A spokesperson revealed in a statement.

The move is designed to streamline and minimize the menu while making way for new items that are yet to be revealed.

“Streamlining our menu will allow for us to continue providing our customers the quality food and service they’ve come to expect, as well as make room for new future menu items,” the spokesperson added.

So if you can’t drink caffeine…you’re pretty much out of luck at this chicken place.

Chick-fil-A tested out the new limited menu at some restaurants in Arizona and North Carolina, as per a press release from the company. And in a sign of what may yet be to come, during the trials the company also pulled popular items like the Grilled Cool Wrap and the original Chick-n-Strips.

Chil-fil-A has long been a conservative favorite when it comes to fast food. The company has long donated to charities that promote traditional marriage, something that Vox called a “long history of donating to charities with anti-LGBTQ stances.”

Things have changed in recent years, however, with the fast-food giant no longer donating to causes that “take anti-LGBTQ stances.”

In plain English, it means that Chick-fil-A couldn’t continue taking the beating of far-left protests and boycotts and eventually gave in and stopped promoting conservative charities and platforms.

In a statement in January, Chick-fil-A said their goal is to “serve quality food as efficiently as possible,” indicating that the new menu may make it easier to deliver quality food more quickly.