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The top quick-serve and fast-casual brands in the nation.

More Angus in Arby's Lineup

Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc. is adding sizzle to summer by introducing its second offering in the successful Ultimate Angus menu line, the Angus Cool Deli Sandwich.

The new Angus Cool Deli Sandwich features oven-roasted, thinly sliced USDA Choice Top Round Angus beef served cool and topped with Swiss cheese, banana peppers, garlicky pickles, crisp lettuce, fresh tomato and onion, tangy herb vinaigrette, and mayonnaise served on a toasted Italian-style roll. The Angus Cool Deli Sandwich is also available on a whole grain wrap.   

Arby's Plays a Game of Chicken

In years past, Americans have faced off in cola wars and burger battles, but few would have guessed that chicken salad could stir up a similar passion. Summer 2011 is poised to be the season of this sumptuous salad, and Arby’s is confident that its Market Fresh Grilled Chicken & Pecan Salad Sandwich and Wrap are the best in the business.

Arby's Marches Into Ft. Stewart


Arby’s Restaurant Group is opening its second Army & Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES or the Exchange)-operated Arby’s restaurant in the Exchange at Ft. Stewart, Georgia, on April 15.

Military personnel and their families stationed at or visiting Ft.Stewart will be able to enjoy Arby’s full menu including its classic Roast Beef sandwiches, Curly Fries, Jamocha Shakes,and Market Fresh deli-style sandwiches and salads, as well as new-found favorites, including the premium Angus Three Cheese & Bacon Sandwich, Value Menu starting at $1, and more. 

Arby's Offers Free FryDay for Tax Payers


The IRS has given Americans two extra days to complete their taxes, which means last-minute filers will be working furiously over the newly coined Tax Weekend.

To provide these tax procrastinators with a little break, and to reward those who have already completed their returns, Arby's Restaurant Group has declared Friday, April 15 as Free FryDay at locations nationwide.

Arby's—Good Mood Food


Arby's Restaurant Group announced the launch of a new integrated marketing and advertising campaign: Arby’s. It’s Good Mood Food.

The campaign launched February 27 and brings to life the brand’s positioning—“Exciting tastes you can feel good about … every day.” The campaign highlights Arby’s good, wholesome, tasty food that puts people in a good mood and is the latest step in Arby’s strategy to grow sales and profits. Arby’s produced a 2.9 percent increase in company-operated same-store sales in the fourth quarter of 2010.

Don't Want Fries at Arby's? Try the Chopped Side Salad

Arby's Restaurant Group Inc. announced the addition of a Market Fresh Chopped Side Salad to the menu as an alternative to fries in its combo meals, at no additional cost. The Chopped Side Salad is available at company-owned locations and will roll out nationwide in July, with the addition of a Lite Italian Dressing.

Arby's Market Fresh Chopped Side Salad features a premium blend of fresh green leaf and shredded iceberg lettuce, cheddar cheese, chopped red onion, and ripe tomatoes, with dressings served on the side.

Arby’s Sale Had Warning Signs

Analysts say the brand has suffered over the last decade, but still estimate a purchase price of at least $335 million.

Just two years after getting hitched, Wendy’s and Arby’s may be breaking up. But few analysts are surprised.

Wendy’s/Arby’s Group Inc., the Atlanta-based company that owns the two quick-service restaurant brands, said last week that it is seeking “strategic alternatives” for Arby’s, including a possible sale of the struggling roast beef sandwich chain.

“The reality is that the Wendy’s brand, given its relative size and scope, is the key driver of shareholder return,” chairman Nelson Peltz said bluntly in a statement.