USA: Arby's grows Market Fresh Sandwiches line to boost sales
Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based restaurant chain Arby's, a subsidiary of the Triarc Restaurant Group, has lauded the success of its Market Fresh sandwiches and announced a new addition to the line. Following a May 2001 launch, the fastfood firm found that the deli-style sandwiches were soon generating 9-15% of its menu sales. It seems that by making a simple, comfort food like a sandwich available in drive-thrus, Arby's has both widened its menu choice and secured access to healthier fastfood consumers.
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