Industry News | November 11, 2016

Arby's Brings Back Fajita Flatbread LTO

Arbys offers new steak and chicken fajita flatbreads for limited time.
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Following the successful limited-time launch of Steak Fajita Flatbreads in 2015, Arby’s has brought back the guest favorite featuring sliced Angus steak, and also added an all-new slow-cooked, thick-cut chicken option and a spicy ghost pepper sauce that is 25 percent hotter than last year’s version. For souls less brave, the Fajita Flatbreads are also available with a mild avocado sour cream sauce.  

The fajita experience doesn’t end there, as the proteins are topped with fajita seasoning, placed on a warm flatbread, and piled with melted Colby jack cheese, fire roasted red and yellow peppers, shredded lettuce, tomatoes, and red onions. Fajita Flatbreads are now available at the nearly 3,300 Arby’s restaurants across America.

The full lineup of new Fajita Flatbreads at Arby’s includes:

  • Mild Steak Fajita Flatbread: Sliced Angus steak with fajita seasoning, melted Colby Jack cheese, fire-roasted red and yellow peppers, shredded lettuce, tomatoes, red onions, and avocado sour cream sauce in a warm flatbread. 
  • Spicy Steak Fajita Flatbread: Sliced Angus steak with fajita seasoning, melted Colby Jack cheese, fire-roasted red and yellow peppers, shredded lettuce, tomatoes, red onions, and spicy ghost pepper sauce in a warm flatbread. 
  • Mild Chicken Fajita Flatbread: Slow-cooked, thick-cut chicken breast with fajita seasoning, melted Colby Jack cheese, fire-roasted red and yellow peppers, shredded lettuce, tomatoes, red onions, and avocado sour cream sauce in a warm flatbread. 
  • Spicy Chicken Fajita Flatbread: Slow-cooked, thick-cut chicken breast with fajita seasoning, melted Colby Jack cheese, fire-roasted red and yellow peppers, shredded lettuce, tomatoes, red onions, and spicy ghost pepper sauce in a warm flatbread.
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