What is the order of your Wendy? In addition to one of their delicious ice creams, of course. If you want more than dessert, what do you get? Dave’s Double Cheeseburger, Bacon, Jalapeño Bacon? And by the way, you don’t want to forget about a cup of delicious Wendy pepper. Let’s face it, if you really wanted a chicken sandwich, you’d probably be in the self-service queue at Chick-Fil-A or Popeyes. (And nobody really wants a fast food salad, damn, they’re not that healthy.)
But wait, what is this post out of some places on Wendy, not burgers? Without pepper? How is that possible? We can ask Wendy’s most famous woman, “Where’s the meat? And the answer could be: in some cases, always in the trunk or in the freezer, because the meat supply line has serious complications due to COVID-19.
Bloomberg reports that while there is still a lot of meat in the refrigerator, the supply of fresh meat can be extremely low, as several of North America’s largest meat processing companies have closed due to the pandemic. It turns out that conditions in crowded processing chains are particularly conducive to the spread of the virus, and hundreds of meat producers have been infected.
There were also additional complications along the supply chain with meat producers serving restaurants trying to move more of their production to supermarkets. While much of the meat supply has shifted from foodservice to food service, the upcoming reopening of full-service restaurants has led to supply chain problems that affect not just restaurant meat supply but also to retailers. it restricted the amount of meat that its members could buy.
Wendy’s has launched the customer satisfaction survey termed TalktoWendys to collect the opinions and feedback of the customers.
This survey helps the management team to know that the services provided by TalktoWendys are perfectly meeting the customer’s needs and expectations. This survey has solely been launched to enhance the customer satisfaction level on its premises.
TalktoWendys Survey can be easily conducted at the official website of Wendy’s. TalktoWendys has been giving some excellent results to the management team of the Wendy’s. They analyze and review each and every comment and opinion received in the TalktoWendys Customer Satisfaction Survey.
If you are a customer of Wendy’s, you should definitely help the company by placing your honest and very important opinions and feedback on the official survey portal.
If you eat Wendy’s for lunch or dinner, your options may be more limited. Salads are always an option, except for the taco salad, and you can even enjoy baked potatoes and fries, even cheese and battered bacon. However, pepper and cheese are probably not an option. Of course, there are still chickens, both with medium-sized Wendy’s sandwiches and with disappointing and very expensive pips. What Wendy’s doesn’t seem to offer at the moment (although that may change very soon if the meat deficiency persists) is an herb burger. According to the Vancouver Post, they released their “Plantiful” pancake on the Canadian market in February, but it is not yet on the menu in the United States.
What does the meat shortage mean for Wendy’s, a chain that wants to use fresh, never frozen meat? It is too early to say, but there is no denying that this issue happened to the network at the wrong time. Restaurant Business reports that Wendy’s largest franchisee, NPC International, has considered a restructuring that could lead to bankruptcy. While it doesn’t affect all Wendy locations, it can still be a hit with the brand.