Wendy's Fan-Favorite Fish Sandwich Is Officially Back Today

Wendy's fish sandwich returns to restaurants nationwide on Feb. 14 for Lent.

That's right! The Crispy Panko Fish Sandwich, a burger chain staple, returns today, Feb. 12. This year's return date is more than a week early than last year's Feb. 20 debut.

A wild-caught Alaskan pollock fillet is fried in panko breading and topped with lettuce, American cheese, pickles, and creamy dill tartar

sauce on a premium Wendy's bun. Wendy switched from cod to Alaskan pollock in its seasonal fish sandwiches few years ago.

Third-party researchers evaluate wild Alaskan pollock populations in the Bering Sea, Aleutian Islands, and Gulf of Alaska for sustainability.

Wendy's estimates that only 15% of wild Alaskan Pollock is caught each year to ensure future generations have plenty. Even if you don't fast

during Lent, this sandwich's responsible sourcing may appeal to you. Wendy's claims their flaky white wild-caught Alaskan Pollock has a "similar flavor experience

"The Wild Caught Alaskan Pollock fillet's buttery flakiness is complemented by savory notes of garlic and onion inspiring our fans'

Wendy's expects the Crispy Panko Fish Sandwich to cost $6.16 this year, depending on region. Visit your local Wendy's soon to try the seasonal alternative.

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