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YORK, Pa. -- Rutter's Farm Stores topped several 2010 Best of York categories, as voted on by readers of the York Daily Record newspaper, including best milk and best quick-serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. Rutter's finished second in the best coffee category.
"Our customers have proven time and time again to be our greatest resource for tips and suggestions about our menu," stated Jerry Weiner, vice president of foodservice for Rutter's. "We read each suggestion that comes to us and implement change when possible. It's a beautiful thing to know that our customers voted us as the best in York because we try to be the best for our customers every day."
The c-store retailer said one-of-a-kind menu additions made at many of its stores over the last few years have given customers a lot to love. Scrambled breakfast bowls, new appetizers and snacks such as fried pickles and egg rolls, as well as dinner choices including pot roast and mashed potatoes, spaghetti and meatballs and stirfry undoubtedly set Rutter's menu apart from the competition, according to the company.
Menus vary from store to store, and customers can look up the options at each location using Rutter's mobile app, or logging onto www.rutters.com.
Kiosk touchscreen ordering is available at many of the company's stores. The system streamlines and simplifies the ordering process while providing an efficient method of order delivery for the restaurant staff. Rutter's employees strive to "Take Four," which means to take four minutes or less to have any sandwich made to each customer's request.
The Best of York 2010 voting ended March 11. The results were announced in the Sunday, May 22 edition of the York Sunday News.
Rutter's Farm Stores is a family-run enterprise with 90 years of service to customers in York, Adams, Dauphin, Cumberland, Franklin and Lancaster counties.