Peanut Butter Burger a Starter on Rutter’s New ‘Inspired Menu’

3 offerings kick off unusual, limited-time-offer options
The Rutter's new Peanut Butter Burger, a limited-time offer
Photograph courtesy of Rutter's

A peanut butter burger, a potato pizza and pulled-pork fries are the first three items in the launch of what Rutter’s is calling its Inspired Food Menu.

“The made-for-you menu, inspired by Rutter’s Lovers, will rotate unique food options throughout the year,” the York, Pennsylvania-based convenience-store chain said. “Each option will be available for a limited time only.”

  • Rutter’s is No. 84 on CSP’s 2022 Top 202 list of the largest U.S. c-store chains by number of company-owned locations. Watch for the updated 2023 Top 202 in June.

The new menu items are:

  • Peanut Butter Burger: A juicy 4-ounce Angus burger topped with cheddar cheese, onion rings, Reese’s peanut butter sauce and BBQ sauce. The burger is served on a kaiser roll.
  • Pulled Pork Fries: Fries topped with Austin Blues pulled pork, shredded cheese, BBQ sauce and ranch dressing.
  • Loaded Potato Pizza: A self-rising crust pizza loaded with hash browns, onions, bacon and shredded cheese. It’s topped with ranch dressing.

“The goal at Rutter’s is to continue giving our customers new and exciting food options to choose from,” said Chad White, Rutter’s foodservice category manager. “We believe that Rutter’s lovers will fall for our new additions since they helped inspire them.”

Rutter’s is a privately held chain of convenience stores operating 84 locations in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available 24/7.

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