All Long John Silver’s to be converted to trans fat free oil by end of 2013
Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) Praises Move
Long John Silver’s announced today that the seafood chain has begun switching all U.S. restaurants to trans fat free cooking oil. Long John Silver’s restaurants in states or cities with trans fat free laws converted several years ago, and the remainder will be fully trans fat free by the end of this year.
Long John Silver’s, the world’s largest quick service seafood company, has named Paula Ashley-Rogness Vice President of Media and Field Marketing. Rogness will be responsible for providing strategic direction, analysis and recommendations on national and local media planning to drive sales growth.
Long John Silver’s Big Catch is a limited time only special that delivers tremendous value to value hungry consumers. The Big Catch can be paired with a variety of side items including corn, green beans, rice, cole slaw, fries, onion rings and hushpuppies. The Big Catch is a wild-caught whitefish three times the size in weight of our normal uncooked whitefish. The Big Catch basket meal is offered at $4.99 and includes a choice of sides and delicious hushpuppies.
Long John Silver’s, the largest quick service seafood restaurant in the world, today introduced Big Catch; a wild-caught Haddock three times the size in weight of their signature whitefish. Although the size is greater, the price remains a big value with a basket meal offered at $4.99.
Long John Silver's, the world's largest quick service seafood company, is bringing back the restaurant's classic tartar sauce this summer.
"After introducing a new tartar sauce recipe to Long John Silver's locations around the country, some of our customers told us they missed the original recipe," said Charles St. Clair, Chief Marketing Officer, Long John Silver's. "When our customers speak, we listen. That is why we are proud to announce the homecoming of our classic tartar sauce recipe during the summer of 2013."