In-N-Out Burger is expanding the chain to Texas for the first time, the furthest East the California-based brand has grown, officials confirmed Thursday. The 240-unit chain is primarily in California, but in recent years the company has opened units in Nevada, Arizona and Utah, and most recently received approval on a bid to open a unit in Garland, Texas, a suburb of Dallas. Carl Van Fleet, In-N-Out’s vice president of planning and development, said in a statement that the ...
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