Squeals of surprised delight filled the fall air when more than 300 children first saw the Arby’s Good Mood Food truck parked by the playground at Grove Park Elementary School in Atlanta. It was the Arby’s Foundation’s first stop of a day designed to launch the foundation’s national partnership with Share Our Strength’s “No Kid Hungry” campaign and spotlight the statistic that one in five children in America struggle with hunger.
There’s no denying that Philadelphia is the undisputed cheesesteak capital of the world. Now all of those Philly sandwich lovers that can’t make it to the City of Brotherly Love have something to get excited about: Arby’s is introducing the new Ultimate Angus Philly.
Hala Moddelmog, president of Arby's, spoke to QSR about the launch of her company's new-look, healthier kids' menu, as well as its work with Share Our Strength's "No Kid Hungry" campaign.
Why is now the time for Arby’s to unveil a new kids’ menu?
Arby’s announced in an exclusive interview with QSR that it is unveiling a new, healthier kids’ meal strategy and leveraging it to raise money to fight childhood hunger.
On Monday, the Atlanta-based company will debut two new kids’ meal entrees and replace fries with apple slices and strawberry yogurt dipping sauce as a side to every option on its Kids Meal menu.
Manitowoc Foodservice announces the promotion of Kathy Veder to the newly created position of VP Global Accounts, Wendy’s, Chick-fil-A, and Arby’s. In her new role, Veder will focus on marketing initiatives including strategic direction, product line management, business development, customer service, and delivering on Manitowoc’s promise to its end-user customers.
When Premier Restaurants, LLC, put in a back office system to lower food cost in their 14 Arby's restaurants, they didn't know how timely that decision would be. But when the recession hit and sales dropped, the controls they'd put in place for food and labor with RTIconnect enabled them to weather first the recession, then soaring food prices and a tough sales environment.
Without a doubt, Andy Johnson has proven he has what it takes to put America in a “good mood.” For his imaginative video interpretation of the "Arby’s. It’s Good Mood Food." advertising campaign, Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc. has chosen Andy as the winner of the Casting Call Video Contest and is awarding him with a $10,000 cash prize and a role in its next national TV ad.