Wendy’s Orange Dreamsicle Frosty Debuts on March 19, 2024


Wendy’s is launching their latest Frosty flavor, Orange Dreamsicle, on March 19, 2024!

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A bit of nostalgia with a whole lot of flavor.

Who does not remember running to that ice cream truck to grab a Creamsicle pop? Well, Wendy’s just introduced their seasonal Frosty flavor and it will take you right back to your childhood.

The Orange Dreamsicle Frosty is launching on March 19, 2024 and will be replacing the Vanilla Frosty for a short time. This new offering blends a touch of cherished childhood nostalgia with the signature creamy goodness of Frosty, marking Wendy’s debut spring-inspired flavor.

The Orange Dreamsicle Frosty presents a fresh take on a familiar taste. It combine hints of sweet orange with the velvety vanilla Frosty base to create an orange cream sensation uniquely crafted by Wendy’s.

Drawing inspiration from the vibrant hues of spring, this visually striking treat not only looks appealing but also delivers an equally delightful taste experience.

“The eye-catching orange color of this delectable treat was inspired by the spring season, and it tastes just as good as it looks,” the chain in the news release.

The Orange Dreamsicle Frosty will be available for a limited time at select U.S. Wendy’s locations. While the flavor does replace Vanilla for a short time, the Chocolate Frosty is still available.

This new addition follows in the successful footsteps of Wendy’s past seasonal hits like Strawberry, Pumpkin Spice, and Peppermint Frosty varieties.

Dynamic Pricing

The company recently announced they were implementing a new pricing structure which could be coming next year.

Dynamic pricing is the name of the new structure. This means prices would vary based on factors like demand, location and time of day.

While many who heard the news immediately thought the brand would be implementing “surge-pricing”, Wendy’s insists that is not the case.

A Reddit thread with over 400 comments clearly shows how this strategy just might backfire. Several fast food chains have implemented dynamic pricing, including Burger King and McDonald’s.

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