Comments on: Wendy’s New Burger Is Fatter – Product Development In The Wrong Direction Chris Silver Smith blogging on Search Engine Marketing, Local SEO, Technology & more. Tue, 07 Feb 2017 07:28:04 +0000 hourly 1 By: Dissappointed Wendy's Fan Mon, 15 Apr 2013 20:34:46 +0000 I always loved the single with cheese. But this new burger is absolutely repulsive. Taste texture and everything else about it just does not compare to the “Old Fashion Burgers” I grew to love. Just from the change to this less than stellar quality decision I can only conclude the quality of all their food has gone down. I used to brag about their burgers but I will not even eat there myself ever again. I also totally agree with you about the mistake in not informing customers well about the cheese always on.

By: Tc Mon, 15 Apr 2013 00:36:17 +0000 I understand that the single has always had no cheese and they should not expect customers to know menu changes. Wha i hate is i order catsup, onion, lettuce only.

The issue is it’s now catsup, onion, leaf.
Why did lettuce become a single leaf become standard?

By: Hate New Wendy's Too Sun, 27 Jan 2013 07:43:36 +0000 Ignore Jack Arse. I was searching for info on what happened to Wendy’s burgers. They used to be the best, now they taste like a brick. They are too thick and not tasty at all.

I also do not want cheese on my burger and should not be expected to ask them to not put it on there. You know are paying for that slimy piece of cheese.

I do not like their new fries either. Do I want skanky potato skins on my fries? Their fries were never stellar, but they are now almost inedible.

The thicker burgers are also causing their more lax restaurants to not cook them all the way.

Wendy’s sales are going down, I do not see them going back up.

By: Chris Silver Smith Tue, 28 Feb 2012 07:39:46 +0000 Cute – you’re trying to lecture me and call out insults from behind an alias — and, you say I’m the impolite one?

If you’d read the post you’d have understood that Wendy’s had a cheeseless burger standard for many years up until this point — so, a great many people likely used to order the burger combo sans cheese.

If you actually have something material to say, you’re welcome to post again.

By: jack arse Tue, 28 Feb 2012 00:38:46 +0000 You moron. How many people go to wendy’s and get a burger combo with no cheese. And if they did they would ask for no cheese because it is automatically assumed that you want cheese, good grief use some common sense. They sell thousands of burgers and how many people do you think don’t want them with cheese. Stop being such a dikwad and acting like you were polite when you were really being a jackass.