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    Rutter's Farm Introduces New Food Items

    Wings, corn dogs, Tornados comprise chain's "munchy menu" of mid-afternoon snacks.

    YORK, Pa. -- Rutter's Farm Stores has introduced boneless chicken wings among several new food-service items now available in each of its 50 locations in central Pennsylvania.

    Made from whole white-meat chicken, the wings are breaded and fried. The two recipes -- Original and Hot-and-Spicy -- come with a choice of sweet and sour, barbecue or honey mustard sauce. A quarter-pound of wings (four pieces) sells for $1.99.

    The other new items include:

    * Whole white-meat chicken breast, which is breaded, fried and served on a Kaiser roll with cheese and bacon. It sells for $3.99.

    * Corn dogs, which feature an all-meat hot dog wrapped in a corn meal batter coated with honey. Corn dogs are 99 cents each.

    * Two Mexican items called Tornados, which are flour shells filled with sausage, egg and cheese for breakfast and chicken, cheese and sauce for lunch. They sell for 99 cents each.

    Jerry Weiner, vice president of foodservice, said the wings, corn dogs and Tornados form the basis for Rutter's to offer a "munchy menu" of mid-afternoon snacks priced between 99 cents and $1.99.

    "If you've already had lunch, no one wants a big sub at three in the afternoon, especially if you're having dinner in two hours," Weiner said. "These 'munchy menu' items offer a nice snack alternative to chips or candy."

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