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7-Eleven Launches Hot Slider Sandwiches

Items are available in three customizable varieties
Photograph courtesy of 7-Eleven

IRVING, Texas — 7-Eleven has debuted slider-style sandwiches at participating convenience stores in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

The sliders come in three varieties:

  • Cheeseburger: An all-beef patty, sharp cheddar cheese, fire-roasted onions and a secret sauce.
  • Pulled Pork: Slow-smoked pulled pork blended with Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ Sauce and topped with sliced pickles.
  • Smoked Turkey: Slow-smoked turkey breast flavored with spices and served with a tangy jalapeno ranch sauce.

“The new 7‑Eleven sliders are craveable comfort food—great as a mini-meal or hearty snack and easy to grab and eat on the run,” said Bob Frey, director of product development for 7‑Eleven. “Customers can choose a single slider or mix and match their favorites depending on how hungry they are. All of our grab-and-go hot foods are developed with the needs of customers in mind, whether they’re feeding a family or just themselves, picking up something to take to a party or eating in the car.”

Each slider comes on a Hawaiian brioche roll and is available in 7-Eleven’s self-serve hot case for 99 cents. Customers can customize their sliders at the condiment bar by adding tomatoes, jalapenos and more.

“People are busy and grabbing a bite when they can to eat at their desk, in their car or when they have a moment to spare,” Frey said. “7‑Eleven has long been a beverage and snack destination, and two out of three of our customers also purchase something to eat along with their drink. A slider, piece of pizza, mini-tacos, chicken wings or tenders can be a hearty snack to tide you over or, with a salad or cut fruit, a quick and easy meal. Sliders are a great addition to our hot foods menu [and] we think this little sandwich will have a lot of big fans.”

7-Eleven Inc. operates, franchises or licenses more than 66,000 stores in 17 countries, including about 9,200 in the United States. The chain is No. 1 on CSP’s 2019 Top 202 ranking of c-store chains by total number of company-owned retail units.

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