Spam meat products are back on the menu for a limited time at Rutter’s.
The promotion, in partnership with Spam maker Hormel Foods, Austin, Minnesota, runs through the end of September.
York, Pennsylvania-based Rutter’s limited-time Spam menu showcases seven featured food items available to order at a kiosk or pick up at the hot hold.
Customers can choose from two different breakfast sandwiches, a breakfast bowl, grilled cheese, burger, macaroni and cheese and a warm Spam and cheese pretzel roll sandwich.
“Hormel Foods has been a great partner for Rutter’s,” said Chad White, Rutter’s foodservice category manager. “We’re happy to bring back the iconic Spam products to our menu for customers to enjoy this summer.”
Rutter’s is a privately held chain of convenience stores based in York, Pennsylvania. It operates 84 locations in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia.
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