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Arby’s Loads Famous Curly Fries With Cheddar Cheese, Bacon And Ranch

Arby's Loaded Curly Fries (PRNewsFoto/Arby's)

Arby’s, the Fast Crafted™ sandwich brand devoted to Meatcraft™, today launched a “loaded” version of its legendary Curly Fries.  Arby’s® Loaded Curly Fries feature the same curly, crispy fries that guests know and love topped with warm cheddar cheese sauce, shredded cheddar cheese, chopped pepper bacon, and parmesan peppercorn ranch sauce.

“At Arby’s we’re proud of our meats, but we’ve also developed quite a cult following for our curly fries since we introduced them in 1988,” said Rob Lynch, Chief Marketing Officer and Brand President of Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc.  “After years of requests from guests in restaurants and on social media to take our famous curly fries to the next level, we’re loading them with cheese, ranch sauce and of course, bacon.  We feel that Loaded Curly Fries are going to be a huge hit, especially for football fans as bowl and playoff seasons get started.  But for classic Curly Fry loyalists, the original version isn’t going anywhere.”

Arby’s® Loaded Curly Fries are available nationwide starting today.

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