Wendy’s serves up ‘Meals for Carb Counters’

Filed under: New Product,Restaurants — Tags: — @ April 26, 2004

wendys.jpgWendy’s has announced new combo meals for dieters watching their carb intake. As part of a test beginning today, customers at 248 Wendy’s restaurants in six U.S. markets (Virginia Beach, VA; Salt Lake City; Kansas City; St. Joseph, MO; Tulsa and Wichita) will be able to order new “Meals for Carb Counters.”

These low-carb meals feature either a cheeseburger or grilled chicken breast on a bed of Romaine lettuce, topped with slices of tomato and red onion; a Caesar side salad; and a medium Diet Coke.

The entire cheeseburger meal has six grams of carbs, while the grilled chicken meal has eight. Recommended pricing for these new options will be the same as Wendy’s regular combo meals. A second 1/4 pound beef patty can be added for 89 cents or an additional chicken breast for $1.99.

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