Quality is our Recipe...It’s the philosophy our founder?Dave Thomas?lived by...and it’s the philosophy on which Wendy’s is built. It’s why we work to deliver great-tasting food that is made when you order it and served to you by people who care.
It’s why Dave used?fresh beef and produce?at the first Wendy’s restaurant, and it’s why we still serve fresh ingredients today in our more than 6,500 restaurants.
It’s why we’re committed to?Do the Right Thing, providing simple, honest and wholesome food and why we hold our suppliers to our high standards.
It’s why—for more than 40 years—we’ve been an outlier in the fast-food world. We put?Quality?in everything we do and it keeps us?Deliciously Different.
We invite you to browse through the below pods to learn more about Wendy’s commitment to doing the right thing through our food, actions and people.
We were practicing a farm-to-table model before the term even existed, which is why we've produced Profiles in Quality: From Start to Fresh. This video takes you to the Church Brothers fields in California to learn how we source the lettuce to make our fresh, great-tasting salads.?Watch video.
Why launch a blog? Well, quite simply, we want to start a conversation from the point of view of those of us tasked to lead our organization and live out the values that Wendy’s was built upon. We aim to create a forum to tell Wendy’s story and highlight the beliefs that guide our business and our decisions every day. You’ll often hear from members of our team who are particularly passionate and knowledgeable about certain topics which affect the Wendy's family and our valued customers.?Check out our blog.
Wendy's in the News
By Wyatt Bechtel
Feburary 20, 2016
By Julie Jargon
The Wall Street Journal
August 18, 2015?
By Amanda Radke
February 2, 2016
Friends of Wendy's
Tina Bowling is a professional blogger living in the Chicago area.? In 2015, she visited her local Wendy’s for a behind-the-scenes look at how Wendy’s salads are made. Learn more about her experience.?Read her blog.
Kat, an established mom blogger who blogs about the lighter side of parenting, was invited to see the inner workings of Wendy’s Headquarters and try Wendy’s Power Mediterranean Chicken Salad. Find out what she saw on her?visit!?Watch her video.
Xenia Droid is based in California a blogger and mother to four boys in California. She got to experience the journey of Wendy’s lettuce from field to restaurant. Find out what she learned here.?Read her blog.