Quick-service chain Roy Rogers is offering breakfast and lunch wraps as limited-time offers, the company said Monday.
The $1.89 breakfast wrap is scrambled eggs topped with shredded Monterey Jack and Cheddar cheeses and pico de gallo wrapped in a warm flour tortilla. Bacon, ham or sausage can be added for an additional 50 cents.
For lunch, the 51-unit chain is offering a chicken chipotle wrap. It’s made with strips of chicken breast, Monterey Jack and Cheddar cheeses, pico de gallo and chipotle sauce, and sells for $2.99.
Roy Rogers marketing director Gwyn Geiman said in a press release that the new wraps are “travel-friendly” for commuters.
The wraps will be available through Jan. 10.
Roy Rogers is a subsidiary of hotel management and development services firm Plamondon Hospitality Partners, based in Frederick, Md. It operates 20 of the restaurants and franchises the other 31.
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