Though plant-based protein has been hot in the news, fast food restaurant chain Arby’s is bucking the trend. Instead of adding vegetarian equivalents in their menu, the company went further to prove Arby's
Ever feel like you should eat more vegetables, but just want to eat meat instead? Well, Arby’s has the solution. In a strange gimmick targeted at the recent popularity of fake meat options — like Beyond
Arby's is giving a whole new meaning to their slogan "We Have the Meats" Introducing “Marrots” — the all-meat vegetable that says take a hike, Impossible Burgers. On Wednesday, Arby’s unveiled its latest
New York (CNN Business) — Arby's is turning the plant-based meat craze on its head by testing meat-based plants. The new marketing scheme highlights Arby's meat-only credentials, reenforcing its slogan:
The ‘Marrot’ isn’t on Arby’s menus yet, however. In an unexpected twist, the plant-based meat movement is proving to be a boon for Arby’s. While major chains like Burger King have grabbed headlines by
There's no place like home, and nothing like homemade apple pie fresh out the oven. But if Grandma's on vacation and you can't bake, the next-best thing is jaunting over to the nearest fast-food restaurant
Plus, Texas Roadhouse and Chick-fil-A top this year’s American Consumer Satisfaction Index. Today, the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ASCI) released its annual Restaurant Report, looking at customer
Chick-fil-A has once again clinched the number one spot against other fast food restaurants in customer satisfaction, according to data released Tuesday from the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI).