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    Which Wich Superior Sandwiches Launches French Fries

  • Industry News July 16, 2019

    Which Wich Superior Sandwiches has introduced french fries to the menu. Guests have the option of pairing their French Fries order with a side of Wich Sauce or the restaurant’s buttermilk ranch.

    “Since the beginning, Which Wich has broken the rules and shattered the conventions of what to expect from a sandwich company. We’re doing it again with the introduction of our warm and crispy, savory salted crinkle-cut French Fries because, fry not?” says Jeff Sinelli, Founder, and CEO of Which Wich. “Grab a side of our zesty Wich Sauce or our creamy house-made buttermilk ranch for dipping and you have the perfect partner to enjoy with any of our world famous sandwiches.”

    After testing in select markets created a French fry fervor among both new and loyal fans, the company launched the side item at participating Which Wich domestic locations in mid-July 2019. Which Wich locations in North Carolina are not currently offering French Fries.

    The French Fries launch comes on the heels of an expansion of the Which Wich shakes line in Spring 2019. New shakes include Courtney’s Cake flavors Carrot Cake, Birthday Cake and Chocolate Cake, as well as a new Courtney’s Cookie shake.

    “Everything we do and every decision we make is based on our guests and how to keep enhancing the Which Wich experience for them,” says Sinelli. “Our new French Fries give guests another reason to enjoy Which Wich and we have much more in store in the future to keep pleasing taste buds across the country.”

    Which Wich Superior Sandwiches was founded in Dallas in late 2003 by restaurant entrepreneur, Jeff Sinelli. The national sandwich franchise chain is best known for its customizable sandwiches, ordering system, and personalized sandwich bag. Which Wich currently has 500 locations open or in development in 40 states and 12 countries.

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