Plymouth, Minnesota, Arby's restaurant with a hiring sign in the window and paying up to 15 dollars an hour. (Photo by: Michael Siluk/UCG/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
Arby's Is Finally Making Its Way To The Grocery Store Aisles
By Arianna Endicott
The first Arby's location opened in Boardman, Ohio, in 1964, and today, the chain has 3,400 restaurants across eight different countries, making it the second-largest sandwich brand in the world. Fans of Arby’s, which already sells bags of its seasoned curly fries in the frozen aisles of most grocery stores, can now grab more of their favorite foods to eat at home any time.
The fast-food chain will soon be releasing a line of frozen crinkle-cut French fries, which will be sold at Kroger, Walmart, and Albertsons locations. The crinkle-cut fries were first introduced at the restaurants in 2021 and quickly became a fan favorite, thanks to the crispy texture and salty seasoning.
The chain's signature sauce and the Horsey Sauce are headed to the stores too. The “Arby's Sauce” is reminiscent of barbecue sauce, with a thinner consistency, whereas the Horsey Sauce contains horseradish, which is combined with mayonnaise and sugar to temper the spice.