N-Out says burger drought is nearing an end in Texas

  • N-Out says burger drought is nearing an end in Texas

N-Out says burger drought is nearing an end in Texas

In-N-Out Burgers closed its Texas restaurants Monday following a problem with the quality of its buns.

Every location across Texas remained closed on Tuesday as well.

If you live in Texas and have a hankering for a Double-Double or some Animal-Style fries, turns out you're going to have wait before getting your In-N-Out fix.

In-N-Out Burger will reopen all its locations Wednesday following two days' worth of closures due to an issue with its buns.

Buns delivered in Texas did not measure up to the company's quality standards but did not present any food safety concerns, according to a news release from Bob Lang Jr., the company's executive vice president.

Since we don't have an In-N-Out Burger in Wichita Falls this will not affect us.

"At In-N-Out Burgers, we have always served the highest quality food with no compromise". The company is famous for having its stores in only six western states due to what it says is a focus on quality control as well as a refusal to franchise stores.

"We apologize for any inconvenience this closure may cause for our customers", the company said.