Geographic Area: Across the United States
Type of Cuisine: Fast food, bugers, sandwiches, fries
Link to Website: [http://www.wendys.com/]
Link to Menu: [http://www.wendys.com/food/Menu.jsp]
Link to Ingredients: [http://www.wendys.com/food/NutritionLanding.jsp]
Link to Allergen Information: [http://www.wendys.com/food/pdf/us/gluten_free_list.pdf]
Nation: United States, Canada
Zip/Postal Code: Various
Phone Number: Various
Fax Number: Various
Description of Food Allergy Accommodations
Wendy's ® has really stepped up with a website nutrition page that includes a detailed ingredients list for all their menu items. You have to select the item from a list, but the information is very complete.
Wendy's is an established food chain. They serve inexpensive, fast food. If you like burgers, sandwiches and typical fast food you won't be disappointed. On a positive note, especially if gluten is your issue - if you need something in a hurry or for the kids - you CAN find healthier options and have more than one choice at Wendy's. Try a plain green side-salad with a burger patty shredded on top, or try a baked potato topped with chili. Most Wendy's have a dedicated fryer so you can get truly gluten-free french fries, but be sure and ask first. Some smaller locations (such as in malls or airports) do not have a dedicated fryer.
Adding a restaurant is easy. First copy the code from Restaurant Page Format for the preferred general layout. Put a link to the restaurant on the appropriate hub page, for example RestaurantsByName, save your change, then click on the link to open and edit the new page for your restaurant. Or just type the name of the restaurant in the URL line of your browser after '/index.php?title=' and open the new URL, paste in the code and add the info. Remember to back-link to the appropriate hubs, like your city area hub, and RestaurantsByName.