Industry News | May 31, 2017

Farmer Boys Introduces New Items with Portabellas

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Farmer Boys, a fast-casual concept known for serving award-winning burgers, made-from-scratch breakfast served all day, hand-chopped salads, and specialty sandwiches, has introduced two menu items featuring Portabella mushrooms for a limited time. Available now, the Portabella & Swiss Burger features a 100 percent fresh USDA beef patty, topped with grilled Portabella mushrooms and cheese on a seeded bun, and the Portabella & Swiss Omelet is made with 3 fresh cage-free California eggs, and served with toast and a choice of hashbrowns, sliced tomatoes, or fruit.  

Farmer Boys offers a fresh take on fast casual with their expansive menu of dishes prepared with quality ingredients that are locally sourced whenever possible. Consistent with Farmer Boys’ commitment to using farm fresh ingredients, the Portabella mushrooms used are whole and fresh—not canned—and grilled to order.  The Portabella mushroom menu items are available at all Farmer Boys restaurants for a limited time.

“Our menu is always evolving as we periodically introduce new menu items featuring seasonal ingredients,” says Farmer Boys Chief Marketing Officer Larry Rusinko. “We think our guests will be excited to see these premium and fresh ingredients on the menu of a quick service restaurant.”

At Farmer Boys, the words “farm fresh” aren’t trendy buzzwords. “Farm fresh” was at the core of Farmer Boys when it started over three decades ago, and it still is today. That means Farmer Boys produce doesn’t sit around in a warehouse for weeks. It is delivered fresh and whole to the restaurant, at the pinnacle of crispness and flavor. By going the extra mile for delicious, flavorful food, Farmer Boys guests can count on fresh, cooked-to-order meals every time they visit.

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