Not new to company-themed merchandise, Columbus, Ohio-based hamburger chain White Castle has now entered the holiday market with their “ugly sweater.”
In the brand’s signature blue, the chain’s sweater has rows of White Castle signature items such as fries, a burger, a wreath-adorned castle wall and a crown, serving as the backdrop for the White Castle logo in the center.
Known for going outside of the food box, the quick-service taco brand, based in California, has given fans another way to interact with them.
Following its pop-up hotel earlier this year, Taco Bell has unveiled a holiday gift list for people of all ages and religions. There are sweatshirts with the brand’s logo and funny sayings as well as ornaments for trees and festive onesies. Most items are under $80.
The biggest item? A 6-foot inflatable hot sauce packet with a Santa hat for indoor or outdoor use.
In addition to their holiday cup release, Dunkin’ has entered the apparel game. To be sold at a virtual pop-up store, this holiday-themed line includes a sweater, hair scrunchies and an adult onesie.
Continuing with the theme of the brand’s holiday cups this year, the quick service chain has covered everything in a vibrant hot pink with hints of orange and Dunkin’ branding.
This is a new step for the coffee giant after changing their name to appeal to a younger audience’s craving for brand engagement.
The first-ever pop-up online merchandise store from the Orlando, Fla.-based casual dining brand is centered around an ugly sweater.
Featuring their most popular menu item, the cheddar biscuit, the chain has unveiled a holiday sweater with an insulated pocket for holding the aforementioned biscuits. Adorned with lobsters, biscuits and snowflakes, the sweater retails for $39.99.
Additional items up for sale at the online store include a Cheddar Bay Biscuit fanny pack, t-shirt and more.
The largest quick service chain in the world has unveiled an online shop for all of their exclusive merchandise centered around their most popular menu items. Most items are designed for year-round wear but there are a few holiday inspired gifts.
A Sesame Seed Ornament with the McDonald’s logo that echoes the chain’s sesame seed bun and a Happy Meal Ornament with the iconic red and yellow smile are sold individually and cost $10. The chain is also selling a holiday sweater in green and red with Christmas lights and McDonald’s logos.
This is the first time that apparel is available for sale in the U.S. from the brand and items will be rotated out on a seasonal basis. For the winter rotation, there is a winter beanie, a holiday sweater, socks and a sesame seed hoodie.
Returning for the second time after selling out in 3 hours in 2018, Kentucky Fried Chicken is selling the 11 Herbs & Spices Firelog through Walmart’s website. Retailing for $18.99 with free two-day shipping, this log releases the smell of KFC chicken when lit and is created in partnership with Enviro-log.
The chicken chain is also offering holiday-themed buckets featuring a “picturesque Kentucky Fried holiday setting” which includes the Colonel dressed as Santa, a tree, presents and other items the Colonel “treasured himself” over the holidays according to the company. The bucket was designed by illustrator Nicholas John Firth and social media posts with the bucket enter customers to win several KFC clothing and holiday swag items including a Colonel Sanders nutcracker, Christmas cards, a Colonel Christmas tree topper and more.