Arby’s enters Mexico, and pandemic boosts new customers in U.S.


General view of Arby’s Restaurant

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Arby’s is opening its first restaurant in Mexico, marking its entrance into Latin America.

The sandwich chain’s latest international launch comes as its U.S. business sees strong sales growth, despite the coronavirus pandemic. President Jim Taylor said Arby’s is closing in on its 10th consecutive year of positive same-store sales.

Arby’s is privately owned by Inspire Brands, which is backed by private equity firm Roark Capital. Its sister chains include Jimmy John’s, Buffalo Wild Wings and Sonic.

Arby’s first Mexican restaurant opens Thursday in Guadalajara, with another location in the country slated to start serving customers…


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