Industry News | November 19, 2010

Bruegger’s Whets Appetites with Limited-Time Favorites

Starting Nov. 17, Bruegger’s will offer its guests just what they need to beat the chill on a crisp winter day. The bakery operator, with 300 locations in 26 states, will reintroduce two favorites for a limited time only - a lunch combination of its Four Cheese and Tomato Panini and Fire Roasted Tomato Soup, and its indulgent Cinnamon Roll Bagel.
 
The Four Cheese Panini and Fire Roasted Tomato Soup pairing has all the qualities of classic comfort food: a steaming cup of sweet tomato soup served with a sandwich of melting cheeses and fresh sliced tomatoes inside fresh-baked bread, grilled to perfection – all at a low price.  
 
For guests with a sweet craving, Bruegger’s Cinnamon Roll Bagel is back by popular demand. To make the decadent treat, Bruegger’s uses its classic bagel dough mixed with brown sugar and cinnamon. Warm from the oven, the Cinnamon Roll bagel is drizzled with vanilla icing and creates the perfect complement to a cup of coffee on a chilly winter morning or a pick me up after a day of holiday shopping. Another treat sure to please is Bruegger’s fresh baked Snicker Doodle Cookie, topped with holiday sprinkles.
 
As psychologist Avery Gilbert says, “just inhaling the scent of cinnamon can improve your mood, vigor, concentration and can even make you kinder.”
 
For those that want to share the flavorful offerings of Bruegger’s this holiday season, Bruegger’s offers gift cards in a variety of denominations. For the coffee, tea, and soda lovers on the holiday list, Bruegger’s Bottomless Mug is a gift that keeps on giving. Guests who purchase the mug will not only receive unlimited free refills of coffee, tea or soft drinks for a full year, they’ll contribute to a great cause. Bruegger’s will donate a portion of proceeds from every Mug purchased between Oct. 27 and Dec. 31, 2010 to the Children’s Miracle Network and its local affiliate children’s hospitals.

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