The Kangaroo Express Twist on the Hot Dog for Breakfast
Rolls out Jimmy Dean Sausage & Biscuit Bun to its 1,160 grill-ready stores
CARY, N.C. -- The Pantry Inc.'s Kangaroo Express, has introduced the Jimmy Dean Sausage & Biscuit Bun, its exclusive new breakfast biscuit to its 1,160 grill-ready stores.
A twist on the classic American hot dog, the Jimmy Dean Sausage & Biscuit Bun pairs a baked hot dog bun-shaped flaky biscuit and a link of Jimmy Dean Breakfast Sausage.
Customers can stop by any grill-ready Kangaroo Express between 6:00 and 10:00 a.m. to purchase the new breakfast item for $1.39. The Jimmy Dean Sausage & Biscuit Bun will be included in Kangaroo Express' $2 Breakfast Combo paired with the choice of a 16-ounce Bean Street Coffee or milk. Customers can also get their Sausage & Biscuit Bun for $1 with another grill item purchase.
"Now guests will be able to start the morning with the classic taste of Jimmy Dean sausage and a flaky biscuit bun in a form they already know and love--the hot dog," said Joe Venezia, senior vice president of operations at Kangaroo Express. "Breakfast is complete with a cup of hot, fresh Bean Street Coffee, all for just $2."
Bean Street Coffee is the brand of coffee served only at Kangaroo Express convenience stores. It can be customized with options such as sweeteners and flavor shots, including caramel and vanilla, and additions such as extra boosts of caffeine and whipped topping.
The new offering is part of Kangaroo Express' mission to provide an even wider variety of fresh fast-food options for on-the-go customers.
As of Aug. 6, 2013, The Pantry, based in Cary, N.C., operated 1,559 convenience stores in 13 states under select banners, including its primary operating banner Kangaroo Express. The Pantry is one of the nation's largest convenience store chains and the leading independently operated chain in the southeastern United States. Kangaroo Express offers hot and cold beverages, snacks, fresh foods, gasoline and a variety of merchandise and services. It is home to more than 220 foodservice restaurants, including Subway and Dairy Queen.