Nov 10, 2011

News: Arby's - New Jr. Pepper Jack

A limited-time, limited-participation item at Arby's, the Jr. Pepper Jack is basically their Jr. Roast Beef Sandwich but with the addition of a slice of Pepper Jack cheese.

Not super special but it should be pretty cheap. Arby's description includes the line: "This sandwich is spicy, not pricy." I think "pricey" is more common usage but I guess "pricy" looks like it rhymes more.

In case you missed it, Jr. Roast Beef Sandwich + Pepper Jack cheese = Jr. Pepper Jack.

Nutritional Info - Arby's Jr. Pepper Jack (101g)
Calories - 260 (from Fat - 110)
Fat - 12g (Saturated Fat - 5g)
Sodium - 770mg
Carbs - 24g (Sugar - 4g)
Protein - 14g


  1. I was guessing around $1.29. It's gotta be somewhere in the $1-$1.50 range, can't imagine it's much more based on their slogan and the fact that it's just a Jr. sandwich plus one slice of cheese.

  2. I actually don't know how much it costs, they don't have it at my local Arby's at the moment. If I were to hazard a guess, I'd say $1.49 but that's just a guess...

  3. You forgot to mention the price

  4. One likely thin piece of cheese that in my experience with cheese piecelets tends to often be non-taste-detectable to begin with is but, in my Disgruntled Old Coot Opinion, hardly worth boasting about ans is indicative of the apparent desperation of fast-food firms to garner customers as a growing percentage of the USA populace experiences a lessening of discretionary income, buying more make-it-yourself food and the immense amount of competition from a HORDE of vittle outlets.

    "All restaurants are Taco Bells, which "won the franchise wars" and evolved into fine-dining establishments"

    As foretold in the Sylvester Stallone movie Demolition Man.

    Wait... if Arbys is one of the multitude of "losers" run out and grab their goodies now!!!!!


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