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America's Oldest Burger Chain Is Bringing One Of Its Popular Items to Grocery Stores

Now you can get this iconic side in a 20-ounce bag.

The frozen aisle of any supermarket is no stranger to fast food chains. Nowadays, the section features menu items from your favorite brands just behind refrigerator doors and at a fraction of the in-store price. And one of the longest-running budget chains just added to its grocery lineup.

White Castle is now offering its popular Chicken Rings in supermarkets nationwide. The newest addition comes in two flavors—Original and Spicy. They are made with white meat chicken and are lightly breaded in a "fun" ring shape. The 20-ounce bag is resealable and is made in conjunction with Bellisio Foods, an American frozen food manufacturer.

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While the Chicken Rings are White Castle's newest addition to grocery store aisles, America's oldest burger chain also released another frozen poultry option earlier this year. White Castle released the Chicken & Cheese Sliders in March, as it celebrated the sale of its 6 millionth frozen slider. They joined Original, Classic Cheese, Jalapeño Cheese, Chicken Breast, and Sausage, Egg and Cheese Breakfast as the slider options grocery shoppers can pick from in the store and make at home. And more are coming—White Castle says additional offerings will be announced later this Summer.

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Courtesy of White Castle

"We are thrilled to support the expansion of the White Castle retail portfolio," said Steve Young, CEO of Bellisio Foods, Inc. "With consumers turning to the frozen aisle for new innovation, and snacking at home doubling over the past two years, this is the perfect time to fulfill consumer needs for more delicious options."

The fast-food chain claims the title of the oldest burger chain in America (as it's been in business for over a century), but it is also celebrating its 35th year inside grocery stores. In fact, it was the first chain to sell its products in retail and grocery stores, which it did in 1987.

Before you head to the grocery store to try White Castle's new Chicken Rings, check out what Walmart and Other Grocery Stores Are Removing This Dessert Item From Shelves.

Amber Lake
Amber Lake is a staff writer at Eat This, Not That! and has a degree in journalism from UNF in Jacksonville, Florida. Read more about Amber