Swiss Farms celebrates National Coffee Day with free coffee and a new line of breakfast sandwiches.
In celebration of National Coffee Day, on Sept. 29, Delaware County, Pa.-based Swiss Farms will launch a new line of fresh-made, breakfast sandwiches. The new sandwiches will be released at a special introductory price of $2 per sandwich.
Also, since the day is dedicated to all things coffee, Swiss Farms customers can get any size or style hot roast for free, including Swiss Signature Roast, Swiss Sunrise Roast and Swiss Decaf. Even coffee-flavored Basset ice cream joins the party offered for 50 cents less than its usual $4.09 at all 13 Swiss Farms locations.
Much like peas go with carrots and peanut butter marries jelly, the heated to order, freshly made, tasty sandwiches go hand-in-hand with the favored drink of early risers. The five sandwich line which will normally retail for $2.99, is served on fresher than fresh croissants and include: bacon, egg and cheese; house-made sausage, egg and cheese; pork roll, egg and cheese; egg and cheese; and a lean option of egg white, spinach and cheese on a multigrain English muffin which lacks only in calories and saturated fats, but is full of flavor and wholesome goodness.
For 48 years, Swiss Farms has been proudly serving customers quickly and conveniently right from their car, and Swiss Farms morning options have long been a nostalgic product associated with that experience.
“We’re extremely excited about the launch of this fresh, new breakfast sandwich line and what better time to unveil them to our customers than now,” said Scott Simon, CEO of Swiss Farms. “National Coffee Day serves as the perfect catalyst to both show our customers how much we appreciate them, but also introduce the new and delicious additional offerings and positive growth changes we have been working on just for them.”