OAK BROOK Ill. The premium burger wars are escalating as McDonaldâ€™s expands its Angus beef burger test March 5 to 600 southern California restaurants. Simultaneously, San Diego-based Jack in the Box has started testing a 100-percent sirloin burger in its home market. Both chains are following the lead of Carlâ€™s Jr. and Burger King, both of which debuted Angus burgers in 2004. McDonaldâ€™s test units will sell its six-ounce Angus Third Pounder burgers on a new sesame seed-topped roll ...
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