Wendy's hallmark square hamburgers and homey atmosphere were introduced in Columbus, Ohio, in 1969, and since that time the company has enjoyed phenomenal growth.

Wendy's International, Inc. is the operator, developer, and franchiser of the Wendy's restaurant chain, which is the number three hamburger chain in the United States, trailing McDonald's and Burger King. At the end of 2001, there were more than 6,000 Wendy's restaurants around the world; about 5,300 of these were located in the United States with the balance located in 26 other countries and territories.




Mediterranean Cheeseburger


This burger had Mediterranean  inspired ingredients, like tangy, creamy rosemary garlic aioli and sweet, mildly tart, roasted chopped tomatoes. The tomatoes and spring mix made from nine different greens give a burst of cool freshness against melty, aged Asiago cheese and a hot quarter pound patty of fresh beef.  Applewood Smoked bacon gave the cheeseburger extra crunch, and toasted authentic ciabatta bread made the perfect bun for these complex, rich flavors.

Wendy’s new ciabatta bun had a light, airy texture and a thin, delicate crust. It was produced on an artisan line and is sliced and baked, meaning no two ciabatta buns were exactly the same.

Was available for a limited time only, the Ciabatta Bacon Cheeseburger had a recommended price of $4.79.  Prices varied by market.

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