American quick service restaurant chain Wendy’s has expanded its menu with the launch of a berry burst chicken salad for this summer.
Berry burst chicken salad is made using grilled chicken, blueberries, feta cheese, lettuce, strawberries and a raspberry vinaigrette.
The salad is topped with almonds and antioxidant-rich seasonal berries, packing 4g of fibre and 41g of protein.
The restaurant chain is offering free home delivery to customers, who use the ‘BERRYBURST’ promotion code while placing their orders, through its delivery partner DoorDash from participating locations.
Wendy’s chief concept and marketing officer Kurt Kane said: “Our new berry burst chicken salad is filled with freshly grilled chicken, fresh strawberries and blueberries, and hand-chopped lettuce – those are things you just don’t find at other salad places.
“And now that we’re offering free delivery through DoorDash, it’s easier than ever to get a great tasting and fresh salad no matter how busy you might be this summer.”
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Berry burst chicken salad is available to customers in two variants – full-size for $6.79 and half-size for $4.79.
Established in 1969, Wendy’s offers made-to-order square hamburgers, salads and other signature items such as chilli, baked potatoes and Frosty dessert.
The restaurant chain currently operates more than 6,600 franchised restaurants across the world.
Founded in 2013, DoorDash offers on-demand delivery, data-driven insights and in-store efficiency services to local and national companies in more than 850 cities across the US and Canada.