Pollo Campero Launches Camperitos Chicken Nuggets

    Industry News | May 4, 2021
    Pollo Campero's Camperitos
    Pollo Campero
    Camperitos are available in a six- or nine-count meal.

    Pollo Campero, the fast-service restaurant known for its flavorful chicken meals, offers its famous flavor in a whole new way with Camperitos, the 100 percent white meat, hand-breaded chicken nuggets made fresh daily and fried to perfection. 

    The new Camperitos can be ordered Original with a choice of dipping sauces, including Signature Campero, Ranch BBQ, Buffalo or Honey Mustard on the side, or tossed in a choice of BBQ, Buffalo or Garlic Parmesan sauce for a flavor explosion. And now, guests can choose two limited-time sauces:

    • Avocado Ranch: A smooth and creamy blend of avocado, buttermilk, garlic and a hint of cumin
    • Frank’s RedHot Sweet Chili: A pulpy, zesty sauce made with fresh chili peppers that is a slightly sweet, full-bodied alternative to traditional hot sauces

      

    “Our juicy new Camperitos are now packed with the same amazing flavor Campero fans have loved for 50 years, and we know our guests are going to love them,” says Pollo Campero Director of Marketing Federico Valiente. “We are always looking for ways to offer our guests even more flavor, and our two limited-time sauce options will definitely deliver.” 

    Camperitos are available in a six- or nine-count meal; either sauced or with one dipping sauce plus a choice of one side and a tortilla or dinner roll. Families or larger groups may choose the 30-count Camperitos that comes sauced or with a choice of two dipping sauces. A three-count kid’s meal is also available.

    Beginning April 28 through May 26, guests can get a buy-one, get-one deal on the six-count or nine-count Camperitos meal, or add six Camperitos to any Family Meal for only $3. There is no code needed for this deal. The limited time offer is available on Campero.com, through the Pollo Campero app and in-store.

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