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Wendy's Is Rumored To Be Discontinuing This Beloved Sauce

According to customers, some restaurants are no longer carrying the condiment.

From the highly anticipated launch of the Strawberry Frosty to the rollout of French Toast Sticks, Wendy's has been shaking up its menu offerings this summer. However, with new farewells come some unfortunate goodbyes, and one popular sauce is rumored to be getting the boot.

In a recent Reddit thread, one user shared that their local Wendy's discontinued the Hot Honey Sauce, expressing disappointment by the elimination of the sweet and spicy condiment.

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Two other Reddit users who seem to be Wendy's employees commented on the thread, revealing that their Wendy's restaurants will no longer be receiving shipments of the Hot Honey dipping sauce. However, they added that the Hot Honey Chicken Sandwich, which features spicy chicken topped with the chain's Hot Honey Sauce, is still available.

Although some locations appear to have begun phasing out the sauce, others still have it available, with one Reddit user commenting that they just ordered the sauce to "test" its availability.

Eat This, Not That! reached out to Wendy's for a comment and has not received confirmation on the discontinuation of the sauce.

Wendy's Hot Honey Sauce isn't the only item to leave fast-food menus this month. Burger King recently axed its Ch'King line sandwiches, which will be replaced with a new line of Royal Crispy Chicken Sandwiches. The sandwiches, which were initially tested in select markets in New York City and Virginia back in May, come in four varieties: Classic, Spicy, Bacon & Swiss Cheese, and Southern BBQ.

Brianna Ruback
Brianna is a staff writer at Eat This, Not That! She attended Ithaca College, where she graduated with a degree in Journalism and a minor in Communication Studies. Read more about Brianna