Burger chain operator Shake Shack rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday to celebrate the debut of its first chicken sandwich.
The crispy chicken sandwich, dubbed the "Chick'n Shack," is made with chicken raised without the use of added hormones or antibiotics, according to the company.
The sandwich was tested at Shake Shack's restaurants in Brooklyn, New York, last year. Thursday was its official debut on the menus of most Shake Shack locations.
The company's founder Danny Meyer, CEO Randy Garutti, culinary director Mark Rosati and his team were at the event, which marked the start of trading at the NYSE.