Auntie Anne’s to open new drive-through locations nationwide

A worker delivering a Auntie Anne's bag and Jamba Juice to a customer via drive-through.
A worker delivering a Auntie Anne's bag and Jamba Juice to a customer via drive-through. Photo credit Photo courtesy of Auntie Anne's
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Your favorite hot-and-salty pretzel is packing its bags and could be moving to a new location near you.

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Auntie Anne’s has announced plans to open more drive-through locations after seeing support for the concept online.

Typically located in malls or airports, the pretzel shop is now set to open 12 new Auntie Anne’s drive-through locations throughout the middle of the country in the next year.

In a press release, the chain -- which began in Downington, PA in 1988 -- shared that the move to make stores more accessible comes “in response to countless social media requests of fans longing to get their pretzel snacks in new ways.”

In response to those asking for new locations, Auntie Anne’s released a video onTikTok announcing the plan to open drive-through sites.

However, the locations won’t be stand-alone as the company shared in its release that they will be dual-brand locations with its sister company, Jamba.

“Guests can enjoy the best of these two crave-able brands," the release stated, "and snag all the pretzels and smoothies they could imagine – and all from the comfort and convenience of their cars."

Stores will be opened in the following cities: Cedar Park, McKinney, Lewisville, Little Elm, Forney, Saginaw, and North Richards Hills, TX; Taylor, MI; Marietta, GA; Medford, OR; Meridan, ID; and Draper, UT.

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