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It's Official: Wendy's Will Now Be Serving Breakfast Nationwide

Eat great and, starting soon, eat early.

You'll never have to wait until lunch to enjoy a Baconator from Wendy's ever again, as the fast-food giant announced it will be serving breakfast nationwide, very soon.

Starting March 2, the home of the Frosty will be whipping up an entirely new menu and one that's engineered specifically to nosh on between the hours of 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. For some, this may be confusing: didn't Wendy's already serve breakfast? The answer is yes, but only at about 300 locations around the country. That's all about to change because, in less than a month, the fast-food chain will serve up a brand new line of breakfast foods for the whole country to enjoy.

Wendy's is well aware of its competitors and is ready to fight for its reputation as the best breakfast.

So, what can you expect on the menu? There will be a Breakfast Baconator, Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit, and yes even a Frosty-ccino, which is simply a chocolate or vanilla Frosty doused in cold brew. Do you hear that Starbucks? Your Frappuccinos are in for some competition, too.

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In October 2019, Wendy's had unveiled its up-and-coming breakfast menu, which will comprise of nine sandwiches: a third of which will be served on croissants, another three on biscuits, and the remaining on a normal bun. Of course, no breakfast is complete without a side (or two). Wendy's will also be rolling out fruit, seasoned potato wedges, and sausage gravy. The emphasis on Wendy's new breakfast menu will be quality.

"Our crew will be hand-cracking fresh eggs on all our breakfast sandwiches and leaning into the quality ingredients that have long set Wendy's apart from the competition. We've crafted unique sandwiches that will leave you craving another, like the Breakfast Baconator, which features a fresh-cracked egg, signature sausage patty and six strips of Applewood smoked bacon," said Kurt Kane, President, U.S. and Chief Commercial Officer of The Wendy's Company in a statement.

Now we just have one question: where's the (breakfast) beef?

Cheyenne Buckingham
Cheyenne Buckingham is the former news editor of Eat This, Not That! Read more about Cheyenne