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Wendy’s Gluten Free Menu 2020 – Craving for Wendy’s? Want to have some delicious snacks for your evening but scared to do so because of gluten allergies? Don’t be! Wendy’s is cooking some fine meals on their stove that you can enjoy without caring about your gluten problems. They had not neglected their valuable customers.

Wendy’s Gluten Free Menu 2020

People might have a question in there mind what foods are gluten-free at Wendy’s? Below are listed some of Wendy’s gluten-free options that Wendy’s offers you to enjoy your day.

Wendy’s Gluten-Free Salads

  • Strawberry Fields Salad (without chicken)
  • Apple Pecan Chicken Salad (without chicken)
  • BBQ Ranch Chicken Salad (without chicken)
  • Asian Cashew Chicken Salad (without chicken)
  • Spicy Chicken Caesar Salad (without chicken, no croutons)
  • Taco Salad

Wendy’s Gluten-Free Salad Dressings & Toppings

  • BBQ Ranch Dressing
  • Pomegranate Vinaigrette
  • Ranch Dressing
  • Italian Vinaigrette Dressing
  • Thousand Island Dressing
  • Roasted Pecans
  • Light Spicy Asian Chili Vinaigrette
  • Lemon Garlic Caesar Dressing
  • Light Honey French Dressing
  • Light Ranch Dressing
  • Spicy Roasted Cashews
  • Sunflower Seeds

Wendy’s Gluten-Free Beverages

  • All Carbonated Soft Drinks
  • Milk
  • Strawberry Lemonade
  • Teas
  • Lemonade

Wendy’s Gluten-Free Desserts

  • Chocolate Frosty
  • Vanilla Frosty

Wendy’s Gluten-Free Sides

  • Chili
  • Baked Potato
  • Bacon & Cheese Baked Potato
  • Cheese Baked Potato
  • Garden Side Salad (no croutons)
  • Apple Slices
  • Sour Cream & Chives Potato
  • Broccoli & Cheese Baked Potato
  • Chili & Cheese Baked Potato
  • Caesar Side Salad (no croutons)

You can always check for nutritional facts and allergens while ordering food on the website or their app (that’s what Wendy’s had mentioned on their website). Check out Wendy’s menu nutrition here.

About Wendy’s

Wendy’s is an American international fast-food chain. Wendy’s was founded by  Dave Thomas on November 15, 1969, in Columbus, Ohio. It was the third-largest hamburger fast-food chain as of 2018. The headquarters of Wendy’s is in Dublin, Ohio.

As of December 31, 2018, there were a total of 6,711 locations, 353 are company-owned and 6,358 are franchised. 

History of Wendy’s

Thomas named the restaurant after his fourth child Melinda Lou “Wendy” Thomas. In August 1972, L.S. Hartzog was the first Wendy’s franchisee and signed an agreement for Indianapolis, Indiana. Also the same year they aired the first commercial locally in Ohio.

Wendy’s was expanding rapidly and opened various restaurants across the globe. The first Canadian restaurant was open in 1976 in Hamilton, Ontario. The same year in December Wendy’s opened its 500th restaurant in Toronto, Ontario. Wendy’s 1000th restaurant was opened in Springfield, Tennessee in March 1978.

In 1979, the first European Wendy’s opened in Munich. The first Asian restaurant was opened in Japan in 1980, Hong Kong in 1982, and the Philippines and Singapore in 1983. Wendy’s opened its first restaurant in South Korea in 1984.

In 1986, Wendy’s closed all restaurants from Hong Kong and in Singapore following year. 

From 1988 to 1990, wendy’s expanded its operations to Mexico, Guatemala, New Zealand, Greece, Indonesia, Turkey, and the U.S. Naval Base in Naples, Italy.

 Wendy’s opened its first restaurant in Greece at Syntagma Square in 1989. It was the first foreign fast-food chain in the country.

 In 1998, Wendy’s closing all its 15 restaurants from South Korea and in 2000, it exited from the UK, Argentina, and Hong Kong.

 Wendy’s opened the first restaurant in Georgia in 2013 and in May 2015, they announced their expansion in India, with its first outlet located in Gurgaon.

In September 2016,97 Wendy’s restaurants were acquired by JAE Restaurant Group throughout the South Florida region.

In October 2020, Wendy’s announced that it was returning to the UK market, which it had left in the early 2000s.

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