Unless my children and I are already packing produce, our trip to In-N-Out usually involves a pit stop to the grocery store—a time zapper.
Why can’t In-N-Out add more fiber and nutrition to their menu?
• Petite, crisply tart Pink Lady, Mackintosh, or Rome apples
• Refreshing salad of perfect Romaine, Butter, or Red Leaf lettuce
• Choice of fat-free Italian or Ranch salad dressing
My satisfying In-N-Out scrimp of 200 calories: protein burger (mustard instead of thousand island) and perfectly brewed iced tea with 3 wedges of fresh lemon.
My sensational In n Out splurge of 400 calories: Tingly tasty French fries
Email In-N-Out: Marketing Coordinator Christopher Thomsen, firstname.lastname@example.org
By the way, Talking turkey is paying off at Carl’s Jr., (http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-carls-changes-20110701,0,4142512.story)
Broadening customer base and adding more healthful items have yielded a sales boost.
Sharon Bernstein, LA Times, July 1, 2011