COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The 90-year-old White Castle fast-food chain is embracing cyber era technology by introducing online ordering at all its restaurants.
The Columbus, Ohio-based company said Tuesday that customers with a hankering for its square “slider” burgers can use an online menu to place an order that can be ready when they arrive at their nearest White Castle restaurant. The chain says the service is particularly useful for people with large orders.
White Castle says it tested online ordering in Minneapolis in March and decided to expand the program to all of its more than 400 locations in 11 states, from Missouri to New York.
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