Jamie Richardson, vice president at White Castle, said in a press release, “The Crave Clutch has been working behind the ‘Castle walls’ for some time.” “Faced with the epidemic, we decided that now is an ideal time to introduce this new shape of slider packaging.”
The Crave Clutch features a cardboard handle with faux-leather stitching – fancy! – Makes it easy to move to a remote hangout, home or exterior. One edge of the clutch resembles an old-school boombox.
White Castle already has a 10-slider sack and 30-slider case, but the 20-pack clutch is a good choice for “family meals and small celebrations”, the company said.
Sliders are also available in packs of seven, eight or nine, and if you really want to go wild – or you are trying to feed a lot of people – White Castle sells 100 sliders in its crev crate, which was 2004 New packaging introduced in.