Corner Store Debuts New Snacks For Fall

corner StoreBBQ pork ribs, new whoopie pie and kolache varieties add warmth and spice.

As fall football season approaches, Corner Store is introducing finger-licking BBQ pork ribs, a Sweet Jalapeño Whoopie Pie and a Jalapeño Cheddar Biscuit Breakfast Sausage Kolache under the store’s signature Fresh Choices brand, a selection of crave-able and creative foods you can’t get anywhere else.

“As cooler weather and football season set in, we wanted to introduce a little warmth and spice into the menu,” said Hal Adams, senior vice president and chief marketing officer for CST Brands, Corner Store’s parent company.

Corner Store’s new BBQ pork ribs are perfect for sideline snacking and make a terrific pairing with the new Sweet Jalapeño Whoopie Pie made with fresh-baked, spicy jalapeño cornbread and a sweet cream cheese filling.

For breakfast, grab a Jalapeño Cheddar Biscuit Breakfast Sausage Kolache, which pairs our classic sausage with the spicy, flaky goodness of a jalapeño and cheddar biscuit.

The BBQ pork ribs are $4.99 for three pieces, the Sweet Jalapeño Whoopie Pie is $2.49 for a three-pack or .99 cents each, and the Jalapeño Cheddar Biscuit Breakfast Sausage Kolaches are $1.99 each.

All items are available for a limited time while supplies last.

Within a few years of launching the Fresh Choices, the signature food line has grown to 185 items. In 2012, Corner Store sold more than 4 million kolaches and 1.3 million whoopie pies.

Other Fresh Choices items baked fresh in Corner Store kitchens include cookies, donuts and breakfast tacos on homemade tortillas.

On the roller grill, Corner Store offers a variety of signature-label all-beef hot dogs and sausages on white or wheat buns, dressed up with a selection of fresh condiments and free chili and cheese.

In addition to Fresh Choices baked and packaged goods, the Corner Stores carry U Force energy and sport drinks, Cibolo Mountain coffee, FC bottled soda, Flavors2Go fountain drinks and ICEES.




  1. Yvonne Estrada says:

    I was in Paso Robles, California and tried the sweet jalapeno whoopee pie at a Valero gas station. I am now home in Oxnard, California and want to know where I can find them here.

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