In early 2006, Arby's Restaurant Group signed a contract with Pepsi, making Pepsi the chain's exclusive soft drink provider.
When any franchisees who had contracts with Coca-Cola expired, they switched to Pepsi-Cola, with the only exception being the Arby's located at Youngstown State University, because the University has its own separate contract with Coca-Cola for other university purposes, particularly the athletic department.
In August 2006, the court accepted the settlement between RTM and Access Now.
The result was that every year 100 of the RTM stores would be retrofitted to comply with the ADA.
In 2001, Barown Restaurants opened two Arby's franchise locations in Southampton, Hampshire, and Sutton, Surrey, but both were forced to close after operating for a few months.
At the time of the sale, Arby's was experiencing an operating loss for the year of million with 350 Arby's franchisees more than 60 days late in royalty payments and 74 low performing franchised units and 96 company-owned units forced to close.
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With the exception of the Chicken Caesar, all Market Fresh Sandwiches came with the standard toppings of spicy brown honey mustard, mayonnaise, red onion rings, green leaf lettuce, tomato slices and sliced Swiss cheese.
In November 2002, Access Now filed a lawsuit against RTM, then a franchise of Tri Arc, that some 800 of their stores did not comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA).
The lawsuit had no liability damages except for lawyer fees.
GSR Restaurant Group opened their first Arby's franchise location in London in 1992 followed by a second location the following year in Glasgow.
These were also the first locations to open in Europe, but both were forced to close by 1994.