There are nearly 6,000 Wendy's locations . . . in more than 2,600 cities . . . including every state. So if you have a craving for Wendy's famous chili, you can probably make that happen. But now, there's another way.
Wendy's is releasing single-serve cans of chili in grocery stores nationwide. There's no official release date yet . . . but word has it that Kroger stores in a few markets are already stocking it.
There aren't a lot of details, but we're assuming they'll use the classic Wendy's recipe . . . even though the canned chili won't actually be coming from Wendy's. Instead, it's being made by a packaged foods producer.
For what it's worth, the chili at Wendy's is made from leftover hamburger meat.
And on a related note, Red Lobster is launching its first-ever line of frozen entrées, which are also headed to grocery stores nationwide . . . and the options include Cheddar Bay Biscuit Shrimp.