Chick-fil-A puts hearts on the table this Valentine’s Day

(Photo Illustration by Alex Tai/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
(Photo Illustration by Alex Tai/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) /
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For many people, the Chick-fil-A hospitality captured in the phrase “my pleasure” brings a smile to the day. This Valentine’s Day, there is a little extra love at the table with the return of the heart shaped trays. While food can express a sentiment that words cannot say, this seasonal offering is a tasty way to make the love filled holiday a little more special.

Starting on January 31, heart shaped trays will be back on the menu for a limited time. The special Valentine’s Day offerings include “30-count Chick-fil-A Nuggets, 10-count Chick n Minis, 6-count Chocolate Chunk Cookies or 12 Chocolate Fudge Brownie halves.”

Since these offerings are available on a limited basis, it is best to check with local restaurants for availability and participation. But, these specially packaged orders definitely bring the love to the table.

While the heart-shaped trays create the visual, Valentine’s Day is more than just hearts and shades of red. Sometimes that willingness to make others feel appreciated is at the heart of the holiday.

This year, why not share a little kindness with others. Did you know that you can send rewards via the Chick-fil-A One rewards? After achieving a status, users can gift that reward to another person. Whether telling someone to pucker up with a signature lemonade or saying they are the person of your dreams with an ice dream milkshake, there are many ways to bring smiles.

And, that gift can be for everyone, even a little random act of kindness. Why not pay it forward when picking up that Valentine’s Day order. Consider buying a drink for the next person in line or maybe picking up the tab for the car behind you in line.

While Valentine’s Day might be focuses on romance and over the top celebrations, it might be time to think about the little love gestures. Sometimes it is the small gestures that mean the most.