Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Wendy's is serving black bean burgers at 24 locations, none in Orlando

Posted By on Tue, Jan 5, 2016 at 10:48 AM

click to enlarge PHOTO COURTESY WENDY'S
  • Photo courtesy Wendy's
Can we please add this to the #bringtoorlando hashtag? Wendy's has rolled out a black bean burger at 24 of their locations in three states, including Utah, South Carolina (so close!) and Ohio. 

Veggie entree options are few and far between at fast-food restaurants, and we know that sometimes time is of the essence and the drive-thru beckons — no judgement. 

Depending on the sales of the black bean burger, Wendy's spokespeople have said that they'll roll out the burger nationwide (crossing fingers). You can help, and not by driving to Columbia, S.C., and ordering 10,000 of the sandwiches. Just sign this petition and let Wendy's know you're interested in more options like this. 

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