Fast-casual restaurant franchise, Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers, announced its signature fry sauce is now available for purchase. The 18-ounce bottles are sold in every Freddy’s restaurant and online.

“After a couple of years of tinkering with and perfecting a dipping sauce recipe, we introduced it to be enjoyed with our crispy shoestring fries,” says Scott Redler, Freddy’s COO and cofounder. “It is available in a dispenser in our dining areas and in to-go cups at our drive-thru windows. We noticed that our guests loved the sauce so much; they were putting it on other menu items, like chicken tenders and onion rings. We began getting requests for the product to be bottled so that guests could use it in their own kitchens. It’s exciting to announce we now have convenient, 18-ounce bottles available for purchase, so our guests can add delicious Freddy’s flavor to their favorite foods at home.”

In addition to Freddy’s Famous Fry Sauce, guests can also purchase an 8.5-ounce shaker of Freddy’s Famous Steakburger and Fry Seasoning. Starting November 17 through the holiday season, guests can choose either a free shaker of seasoning or free bottle of fry sauce with purchase of a $25 or more gift card.

Cofounded in 2002 by Scott Redler and Bill, Randy, and Freddy Simon, Freddy’s opened its first location in Wichita, Kansas, offering a unique combination of cooked-to-order steakburgers, Chicago dogs, and other savory items along with its signature desserts prepared with premium frozen custard made fresh throughout the day. Freddy’s founders operate 14th locations, with six in the Wichita Metro area and eight in the Kansas City market. One hundred–sixty franchise units serve a total of 25 states across the map from California to Pennsylvania, Virginia, and down the East Coast states to Florida. So far in 2015, Freddy’s was recognized as one of Entrepreneur magazine’s Franchise 500, included on Inc. Magazine’s 500/5000 list of “Fastest-Growing Private Companies” (both, for the fourth consecutive year), and identified as one of eight “Better ‘Better Burger’ offerings” by Bloomberg Businessweek.

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