Potbelly Launches 'Potbelly Pantry' to Help Guest Stock up on Favorites

    Industry News | April 6, 2020

    Being safe at home doesn’t have to mean missing out on a much-needed lunch break.

    On Monday, Potbelly Sandwich Shop is launching Potbelly Pantry – a new way to savor the tastes of your favorite sandwich hangout at home. Potbelly Pantry allows fans to stock up on their favorite Potbelly staples, like its famous hot peppers, fresh hand-sliced meats, cheeses, breads and even pre-portioned A Wreck and Italian sandwich ingredients. Orders can be made at Potbelly.com or through the Potbelly app for curbside pickup or delivery.

    “Potbelly fans can make our famous Wreck or Italian sandwiches at home anytime they want – they just need our amazing, authentic ingredients,” says Chef Ryan LaRoche, Executive Chef at Potbelly. “Now you can get our fresh, delicious ingredients in bulk at Potbelly.com. Because life’s too short to miss out on great sandwiches.”

    Hungry and housebound Potbelly Pantry shoppers are able to keep the fridge stocked with exclusive Potbelly ingredients and sides:

    Delicious hand-sliced, fresh deli meats and savory cheeses

    Pre-layered and portioned meats for both A Wreck® and Italian sandwiches

    Potbelly’s signature breads, designed to be toasted at home

    Chips and bottled beverages

    Potbelly’s famous Hot Peppers

    Fresh deli meats come in one-pound servings, cheeses are packaged in 10-ounce servings and signature breads are assembled in packs of six loaves to be toasted at home.

    “Everyone needs to log off every now and then and take a break, even while working from home,” says Brandon Rhoten, CMO of Potbelly. “Potbelly Pantry is an easy way to bring a touch of our relaxing shops and delicious sandwiches to your day.” 

    Potbelly Pantry is available exclusively through Potbelly.com and the Potbelly app at participating locations. Orders available through contactless curbside pickup or delivery, free through April 12, 2020. All deliveries include tamper-proof stickers to ensure safety.

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