New Strawberry Fields Chicken Salad from Wendy’s Available June 4th

Back in March, Wendy’s introduced two new choices to its premium salad line with the Asian Cashew Chicken Salad and BBQ Ranch Chicken Salad.  Now for a taste of summer, Wendy’s will be releasing the new Strawberry Fields Chicken Salad on Wednesday, June 4th.  The new salad features California strawberries, Applewood Smoked bacon, crumbled blue cheese and sliced red onion topped with honey-roasted sunflower seeds.   The dressing is a Marzetti Simply Dressed Apple Balsamic Vinaigrette made with apple juice, bacon, balsamic vinegar, shallots and Dijon mustard.

Strawberry Fields Salad Wendy'sThe Strawberry Fields Chicken Salad has a suggested price of $6.49 for the full-size and $4.49 for the half-size.  Available for a limited time at participating Wendy’s locations.

3 comments on “New Strawberry Fields Chicken Salad from Wendy’s Available June 4th

  1. Looked like they had them rolled out already tonight in NY.

  2. thehottoddy23 says:

    I guess tossing some blue cheese and fruit on a salad is considered creative and fancy these days. For whatever reason, everything Wendy’s does anymore irritates me. Between “Red” and her sassy commercials to their LTOs which often don’t make sense (the Tuscan Ciabatta burger was just plain weird if you ask me- especially from a fast food joint that more often than not overcooks their meat), I just don’t know what happened to this place. I know a lot of people like it and their sales reflect that as they’ve done well the past several years, but I’m not a fan. Ever since they changed their burgers (yes, they did) when the Dave’s Hot N’ Juicy came out, things just don’t taste good there anymore to me. Okay, that’s my rant. Enjoy the salad everyone!

  3. ShotDownInMay says:

    Had one today. Delicious. Who complains about adding blue cheese and fruit to a salad?

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