King's Hawaiian buns to be featured as part of Arby's promo

by Eric Schroeder
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ATLANTA — Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc. has partnered with Torrance, Calif.-based King’s Hawaiian to offer two new sandwiches featuring the latter company’s signature sandwich buns.

For a limited time, Arby’s will offer the King’s Hawaiian Roast Beef and King’s Hawaiian Roast Beef & Swiss.

The Arby’s King’s Hawaiian Roast Beef sandwich features sliced roast beef on a slightly sweet King’s Hawaiian bun, while the Arby’s King’s Hawaiian Roast Beef & Swiss sandwich comes with roast beef on a King’s Hawaiian bun, topped with Swiss cheese, pickles and Dijon spread.

“Our slightly sweet sandwich buns are specially sized to satisfy the extra hungry members of your ‘ohana,’ the Hawaiian word for family,” said Mark Taira, chief executive officer of King’s Hawaiian Bakery. “One bite of this new sandwich, the perfect pairing of our iconic bread with Arby’s freshly sliced roast beef, will have sandwich lovers everywhere saying ‘ono!’ — the Hawaiian word for delicious.”

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By Shan Kimbrell 5/2/2013 6:37:02 PM
Got Arby's coupons featuring King's Haiwaiian. nowhere did I see that there was anything other than roasBt beef, swiss and bread. I chose the one with swiss and asked for red ranch. Did I get an unpleasant surpris! Gross Dijon and and a mouthfull of pickles ruined my sandwich and I mean ruined what should have been a sweet experience not this sour salty taste. I hato go online to reae about this distasteful combo--not 'ono' to me. I'll stick with the tried and true and won't make this mistake again. Also, not everyone likes the stuff you cover your potatoes with.