Burger King to Serve Flame-Grilled Hot Dogs
New grilled hot dogs will be a permanent addition to the Burger King menu
With this launch, Burger King restaurants will serve hot dogs in more restaurants than any other restaurant chain in the U.S., according to a NPD Group report, which excludes quick service retail. Grilled Dogs will be available in Burger King restaurants and drive-thrus every day of the week throughout the year.
It's estimated that Americans eat over 20 billion hot dogs a year and the introduction of Grilled Dogs positions Burger King restaurants to take a large bite out of that market with one of its' biggest launches in recent history.
"The introduction of Grilled Dogs just made sense to our guests and for our brand," said Alex Macedo, President, North America, for the Burger King brand. "We're applying over 60 years of flame-grilling expertise with the WHOPPER® sandwich to make Grilled Dogs the next great American icon."
Grilled Dogs are available in both the Classic Grilled Dog and the Chili Cheese Grilled Dog. The Classic Grilled Dog is a flame-grilled hot dog made with 100% beef topped, with ketchup, mustard, chopped onions and relish, served on a fluffy baked bun. The Chili Cheese Grilled Dog is the same beef hot dog topped with warm chili, shredded cheddar cheese and served on a fluffy baked bun. Both are sold separately or as a combo meal.
The Classic Grilled Dog comes at the recommended price of $1.99 or as a combo meal for the recommended price of $4.49, served with a small fountain drink and fries. The Chili Cheese Dog is sold at the recommended price of $2.29 and for the recommended price of $4.79 as part of a combo meal with a small fountain drink and fries.