Introduces weekly meal offer in February.
Swiss Farms, the Delaware County, Pa.-based drive-through market with 12 locations, has introduced family-sized dinners prepared daily by Director of Fresh Food, Justin Vignola.
Choose from a selection of one of 10 main dishes for $7.99, one of four sides for $4.99 and even pick up drinks to pair for a complete dinner.
To give everyone the chance to be a dinner hero, Swiss Farms will roll out a weekly meal offer, Family Night Meal Deal, every Thursday in February, which includes $2 off any purchase of two entrees.
Swiss Farms takes the guesswork out of ordering with easily paired mains and sides. Choose comfort foods like macaroni and cheese made with Swiss Premium Milk, cheddar and mozzarella cheese (16 ounces), all-natural, breaded-chicken tenders with BBQ sauce (five pieces), slow roasted pulled pork smothered in Swiss Farms Signature Tea Cooler BBQ sauce (12 ounces), crispy bacon-wrapped meatloaf topped with gravy (12 ounces) and sweet Italian sausage sautéed with garlic, onions and peppers (16 ounces.). Go with leaner options like baked salmon in horseradish honey mustard sauce (eight ounces) or roasted turkey breast topped with gravy (12 ounces). Fulfill carb cravings with meat lasagna, layers of pasta filled with ricotta and mozzarella, and ground beef marinara (16 ounces), or select beef meatballs in marinara to go over Barilla penne pasta ($2.09) and served with Pepperidge Farms garlic bread ($2.99) to round out the meal. Try something deliciously different with Lo Mein noodles, stir fried vegetables and chicken breast in a teriyaki sauce (16 ounces).
Pair any entrée with one or two sides for a wholesome meal. Sides include green beans sautéed with garlic and butter (12 ounces), or perfectly mashed Yukon Gold Potatoes with cream and butter (16 ounces). Kick up the interest level with mixed vegetable spring rolls served with duck and soy sauce (three pieces) or spicy nachos, tortilla chips served with nacho cheese, salsa and pickled jalapenos.
“We’ve been listening to our customers and they want delicious, convenient, and fresh dinners that they will feel good about serving to their families. That’s why we came up with quick-and-easy ‘pick and pair’ dinners made every day by our Director of Fresh Food as a healthy alternative to fast food,” said Scott Simon, CEO of Swiss Farms.