Rutter’s, Spam Partner on Sandwiches, More

LTO covers breakfast, burgers, pretzel roll
Rutter’s and Hormel Foods Spam Partnership
Photograph courtesy of Rutter's

YORK, Pa. Rutter’s and Hormel Foods are bringing more innovation to their partnership by adding the Spam family of products to Rutter’s food menu for a limited time.

The new Spam menu, available through July, includes seven food items:

  • A Spam burger
  • Two types of Spam breakfast sandwiches
  • Spam grilled cheese
  • Spam macaroni and cheese
  • A warm Spam and cheese pretzel roll sandwich
  • A Spam breakfast bowl

“Hormel Foods has been a great, longtime partner for Rutter’s, so we’re excited to add iconic Spam products to our menu,” said Chad White, Rutter’s foodservice category manager. “We’re always looking to innovate to meet our customers’ needs, and we can’t wait for them to fall in love with our new Spam brand menu options.”

Rutter’s award-winning menu currently incorporates a variety of Hormel Foods products. As both companies looked to expand their partnership, the idea of a Spam limited-time offering came to life, the company said. The convenience-store chain’s desire to continually differentiate its offerings makes these offerings a solid addition to its foodservice menu, it added.

In March, Rutter’s offered a Spiked Slushies LTO, and last autumn offered fall-themed beverages.

Rutter’s operates 78 locations in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia. Part of a family managed group of companies, Rutter’s includes convenience stores, a dairy and beverage company and a real estate company. With roots dating back to 1747, Rutter’s 274-year history makes it the oldest vertically integrated food company in the United States.

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