4 Sold-Out Fast-Food Items Coming Back This Fall

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Culver's Curderburger

Last year, Culver's well-known April Fool's joke was turned into a limited-edition item, and at most locations, the burger was gone in less than two hours.

The Curderburger is making a significant comeback this year, and the company plans to increase its supply to allow more customers to enjoy one.

Wingstop's Chicken Sandwich

Chicken behemoth Wingstop debuted their eagerly awaited chicken sandwich in August. It comes in 12 different varieties, ranging from mango habanero to hickory smoked BBQ.

In those first six days, the restaurant sold more over 1 million sandwiches, or a 4-week supply, and announced that it was completely out of the item, disappointing customers.

Taco Bell's Mexican Pizza

Taco Bell famously withdrew this highly customizable jewel from the menu during the pandemic, sparking a riot, in one of the most infamous decisions by a fast food restaurant.

Taco Bell was completely unprepared for the amount of anticipation that had been building when the unique pizza made its triumphant return earlier this year.

Pizza Hut's Detroit-Style Pizza

Pizza Hut introduced a limited-edition pizza in 2021 that proved to be so popular that it ended up selling out more quickly than anticipated.

Due to its enduring appeal, the pie evolved into a seasonal mainstay, making irregular appearances on the menu in a "now you see me, now you don't" manner that only fuels fan lust.

Restaurant chains recognize a real winner when a recently introduced fast-food item runs out in a matter of days. Fans should also be aware that it's highly likely that these popular things will return in the future.

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