Since 1986, the Arby’s Foundation has been doing good work in the communities we serve every day. As the charitable giving arm of Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc., the Arby’s Foundation works to end childhood hunger in America with the vision that all children have access to the wholesome food choices they need to learn, play and grow.
Beginning in 2011, the Arby’s Foundation has been a national charity partner of Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry® campaign (NKH). As NKH’s largest quick service restaurant partner, the Arby’s Foundation has raised over $11 million to support NKH and other hunger-fighting organizations in the communities that Arby’s serves.
With the support and commitment of the entire Arby’s® system, our charity partners, and our generous customers, we know that fighting childhood hunger is a winnable battle.
Nutrition and Health
Arby’s® knows that our customers love our classic roast beef sandwiches, jamocha shakes and curly fries. But we also know that having choices means our customers can select the meal that is most appropriate for their lifestyle. We are proud to offer nutrition information on our menu items and a selection of wholesome choices, so every guest can feel great about eating Arby’s!
Committed to providing choices to meet our customers’ lifestyles.
Provide nutritional data for customers to make informed choices to meet their dietary needs.
Customers can request to customize their orders.
We now offer a side salad instead of curly fries, and also a whole grain tortilla wrap.
We have menu boards that indicate calories in some markets, as well as POP signage at the register with tips on how to make your meal healthier by reducing calories (e.g., skip mayo, swap side salad for fries, etc.).
Kids’ Meal – In 2011, Arby’s introduced a new Kids’ Meal featuring more wholesome choices parents can feel good about serving their children. It’s since been endorsed by Kids LiveWell, a nationwide initiative designed to help parents and children select wholesome menu options when dining out.
Guided by nutritionists and customer insights gleaned from moms, Arby's new Kids’ Meal includes Chiquita® apple slices and Shamrock Farms® Low-Fat Milk.
Arby’s Kids Meal also follows the guidelines of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
At Arby’s, we strongly believe that it’s our responsibility to provide our guests with high quality, wholesome and safe food. As part of this pledge, we believe in the humane treatment of animals.
Because the welfare of animals is important to us, we require our suppliers to follow strict policies when it comes to the humane treatment of animals. The companies who raise, transport and process animals for Arby’s demonstrate the highest commitment to quality practices each and every day.
Our suppliers are evaluated by a third-party auditor, as well as an Arby’s-certified animal welfare auditor, for quality, wholesomeness and the adherence to USDA requirements and regulations. In addition, we track our vendors’ animal welfare audits to ensure that they are abiding by policies remainder.
LEED-certified restaurant: Arby’s opened an eco-friendly restaurant on April 23, 2009 in Magnolia, TX. The restaurant received Silver Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council on September 11, 2009.
Arby’s Point of Purchase posters, window clings and other merchandising elements are produced by an ISO-14001-certified printer, who took many steps to cut volatile organic compound emissions, recycle solids, cut water and electrical usage, to become certified.
Nearly all of Arby’s dairy products, including milk and whipped cream, come from the U.S and are sourced locally.
Arby’s paper bags are made from 100% post-consumer recycled materials.
Arby’s sandwich clamshell is 100% recyclable and compostable.
The fiber used to produce Arby’s paper cold cups is a renewable resource.
Our 40oz car cup is 100% reusable and recyclable.
Several of the facilities that produce Arby’s packaging are SFI (Sustainable Forestry Initiative) certified.
We’re continually researching new packaging to reduce our carbon footprint.