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Wendy’s announces global redesign for restaurants; Here’s how they’ll look

Wendy’s announces global redesign for restaurants; Here’s how they’ll look

Jack McLaughlin

Yesterday morning, the Dublin-based burger chain Wendy’s announced a brand-new global design standard for its restaurants.

Incorporating these new elements, Wendy’s eateries will feature a sleeker, more modern aesthetic, and will include multiple new features. These include:

Dedicated pick-up windows for food delivery drivers

Mobile order parking spots and pick-up shelves

New galley-style kitchen layout

Upgraded technology allowing Wendy’s to handle more digital business than before

In-store ordering kiosks

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“To accelerate our business and expand our footprint across the globe, we must consistently meet the needs of our customers however they choose to engage with Wendy’s, whether that’s through a digital platform or in the drive-thru” said Wendy’s President and CEO Todd Penegor in a press release.

The first Wendy’s restaurant with these upgrades will open in New Albany next year.

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