Here are some of the news stories trending this week on NRN.com.
New items on our Menu Tracker included a crispy Alaska pollock fish sandwich that's breaded and fried with tartar sauce and iceberg lettuce on a sesame seed bun for $3.49 at Arby’s. It's only available through the end of March. Dunkin’ released a new permanent item starting Feb. 26, the Matcha Latte, for around $3.19 - $4,09, iced for around $3.69 - $4.59 and frozen for around $3.25 -$4-99. KFC welcomed the Chicken & Donuts Sandwich and Chicken & Donuts to their menu this month. Only available from Feb. 24 until March 15, or while supplies last.
The quick-service burger brand Burger King is joining Chipotle, McDonald’s, Panera and others and removing artificial ingredients. The Restaurant Brands International brand is highlighting their efforts with a moldy Whopper. The product is available at about 400 restaurants in the U.S. and will reach all restaurants in the country by the end of the year.
Also, Sonic Drive-In unveiled its new logo and campaign that focuses on freedom. The new logo is a "clean, fresh, crisp" take on the previous Sonic logo with red lettering which represents the brand's Cherry Limeade.
To check out what else happened this past week, click through the gallery to see what was trending on Nation's Restaurant News.