The Real Favourites
Tuesday September 25, 2012.
Now all day everyday you can hit that hunger spot with real food at a price that's real value for money.
Monday December 2, 2013.
Try our exciting new Caramel range from Wendy's and sweeten up your Summer.
Family Meals Are Back!
Monday December 2, 2013.
With 3 mouth watering deals to choose from, Wendy's Family Meal Deals are the perfect dinner solution for feeding your clan.
Hornby Now Open!
Monday November 11, 2013.
It's been two long years but Wendy's is back in the South Island with the opening of our new Hornby Restaurant. With so many of our fresh ingredients coming from local producers, the South has always been close to our hearts and we couldn't be more glad to be back. You can now stay connected with what is happening at Wendy's with news and special offers through our Smart Phone App for Android and iPhone. Get connected through the App Store on your Smart Phone and receive 2 for 1 Breakfast Muffins and a Free Small Chili with your next purchase.
Wednesday July 24, 2013.
Made to order and dine-in only. A cafe-style breakfast with a free range egg, bacon, fried potatoes and oven-roasted tomato. Order, take a seat, and will deliver freshly-made to your table.
Fix 'n Mix with Salted Caramel
Wednesday July 3, 2013.
Try our new Fix 'n Mix Frosty topped with pieces of Salted Caramel
Wendy's New Spicy Chicken Strips
Monday July 1, 2013.
Get more cluck for your buck with our New Spicy Chicken Strips and Dips. 100% real chicken breast, with a crispy crunchy coating, and a sprinkling of spice that’ll set your taste buds alight. Choose either Sweet Thai Chilli or Aioli dipping sauces
Wendy's Celebrates 25 years in New Zealand
Monday May 27, 2013.
Wendy’s has marked 25 years in New Zealand with an event to thank the local community, customers and suppliers.
Opening its first restaurant in Te Atatu in 1988, the West Auckland company currently operates a chain of 18 stores around the North Island with four more set to open this year.
Celebrating its 25th birthday at the newly refurbished Te Atatu outlet, Wendy’s invited the wider community and customers to enjoy the family-friendly event.
A special retro menu offering menu items at 1988 prices was available including a “quarter-century” quarter pound cheeseburger at the original price of $3.30 and spaghetti bolognese brought back especially for the celebration.
The face of Wendy’s in New Zealand for over 20 years, Dave Vousden, was a special guest, as were Vodafone Warriors Kevin Locke, John Palavi, Jerome Ropati and Dane Nielsen.
A family-owned business with old-fashioned values, Wendy’s CEO Danielle Lendich said the milestone was an opportunity to recognise the company’s many longstanding suppliers.
Three of Wendy’s suppliers, all of which attended the birthday event, have been with it from the start, said Lendich. These include Otahuhu based meat supplier Wilson Hellaby which supplies Wendy’s 100% pure fresh New Zealand prime beef, Pukekohe grower Ray Payne who supplies much of the company’s fresh produce, and Lower Hutt sauce manufacturer Groenz.
“Wendy’s believes that real quality taste starts with real quality, fresh local ingredients, which is why we source almost all our ingredients from within New Zealand,” said Lendich. “Such relationships are integral to the success of Wendy’s, these people are our family.”
Lendich said that over past 25 years Wendy’s customers have chewed through more than 1.2 million kilos of Ray Payne’s tomatoes and 100,000 crates of iceberg lettuce. Hungry customers have also enjoyed 8,000 tonnes of fresh prime New Zealand beef from Wilson Hellaby and 1,790 tonnes of sauce from Groenz.
Following similar changes in the United States, Wendy’s New Zealand is also embracing a fresh new look. The first change in 30 years, the new logo has been stripped back with a modernised and more mature looking Wendy character and a more contemporary font that almost looks like Wendy’s signature.
The logo has begun appearing in the company’s advertising this month, as well as on product packaging, instore signage, online and on the Wendy’s app.
The makeover also extends to Wendy’s stores with innovations in newly refurbished stores including a new two-sided grill system used by Wendy’s in the USA that is currently being tested in Te Atatu.
“The new system reduces the cooking time as both sides of the beef are cooked at once. It also enhances food safety and opens up possibilities for new products, so if we’re happy with how things go with the test model we’ll look to roll this out to other restaurants.”
A new store in Palmerston North broke sales records, and new stores are scheduled to open in Frankton, Hamilton in June, Whangarei and Te Rapa, Hamilton in September and Hornby, Christchurch in November.
Lendich said the company is also looking at other stores further afield such as in Wellington, Christchurch central, Dunedin and Hawkes Bay, but this would be over the medium to long term.
With Queen St and Otara refurbished last year and the refurb of the original Te Atatu store now complete, Constellation Drive is next on the list with Wendy’s hopeful it will be complete by July.
Friday October 19, 2012.
At Wendy's you can buy a WHOLE MEAL - four items - for the small price of $5. This isn't just at one time of day, this all day, every single day of the week
Best Way To Spend Three Bucks
Monday October 15, 2012.