Get the Rundown on Rutter's New Walking Taco Options
Adds Frito's, chili con carne options
YORK, Pa. -- Rutter's Farm Stores said that it is now offering the option to choose Frito's corn chips as the base for its "walking taco," Jerry Weiner, the chain's vice president of foodservice, has announced.
Rutter's first introduced the walking taco--served in a bag of chips--in early 2012 using Doritos's as the base, but has expanded the offering to include Frito's corn chips as another choice for the popular meal-sized menu item.
It now also offers chili con carne is also now an option to be served on each taco, as well as taco meat. Other toppings for the tacos include lettuce, shredded cheese, salsa, hot sauce, onion, black olives, diced tomatoes, green peppers and sour cream.
In other company news, Rutter’s Farm Stores recently broke ground on its 58th store. The Mountville, Pa., store is the chain's largest store to date.
The 6,280 sq ft store will offer the extensive Rutter's menu. Additionally, the store will feature an espresso bar, 12 gasoline fueling spaces and five high-speed truck diesel fueling spots, as well as seating for 20 and free wi-fi. The new store will open in late June and is expected to create 40 new jobs.
York, Pa.-based Rutter's Farm Stores is a third-generation, family-owned business with 57 convenience stores located throughout central Pennsylvania.