Archive for the ‘Wendy's’ Category

Pretzel Bacon Cheeseburger is a Winner for Wendy’s

January 10, 2013
Wendy's Right Price, Right Size Menu

Image courtesy Wendy’s International, Inc.

Wendy’s recently unveiled its newest entree, the Pretzel Bacon Cheeseburger, in Miami, Fla., and could soon bring the sandwich to other test markets, including Detroit, Mich., and northern Ohio.  Based on the overwhelmingly positive reaction from customers across the Twitter-verse, the sandwich promises to be a big hit for the second-biggest hamburger chain in the United States.


New Bacon Now the Norm at Wendy’s

August 4, 2010
Wendy's Bacon & Blue Hamburger

Image courtesy Wendy's/Arby's Group, Inc. via A Hamburger Today

Wendy’s this month will complete its transition from using two varieties of bacon to relying only on the premium version currently added to the chain’s salads and marquee sandwiches.


Wendy’s Revamps Salad Lineup, Reveals Plans for Breakfast Menu

July 12, 2010
Wendy's Apple Pecan Chicken Salad

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Four new salads appeared at Wendy’s locations Friday, replacing all of the  items previously offered as part of the restaurant’s Garden Sensations line.


Arby’s Names New Chief Innovation Officer

June 22, 2010
Wendy's/Arby's Group

Image courtesy Wendy's/Arby's Group

Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc. announced yesterday that the company has hired thirty-year restaurant veteran Warren Chang as their new Chief Innovation Officer.

According to an official news release, in his new position, Chang “will be responsible for leading innovation and change initiatives in the areas of product development, quality improvement, and the customer experience.”


Men’s Health Puts Together Five Cheap and Healthy Lunches

December 18, 2009
Eat This, Not That!

Image courtesy Men's Health

As part of their Eat This, Not That! feature, the editors at Men’s Health have compiled five lunches they claim are the best way to enjoy a fast food lunch that is both healthy and cheap.

Using an article from the print edition published earlier in the year, the magazine’s website suggests a combination of a side order, main entrée, and drink from five different quick-serve eateries in the United States, as well as lists an alternative lunch that’s comparably cheap, but drastically higher in either calories, grams of fat, or sodium.

The cheapest lunch suggested can be found at Taco Bell for $2.10.  Probably not surprisingly, the meal lowest in calories can be bought at Subway — a footlong, Oven Roasted Chicken Sandwich with yogurt and water totalling 405 calories.

All five meals can be found after the jump.