Call it a cult or just a simple concept that works: In-N-Out Burger won the hearts of diners in this year’s Consumer Picks ranking of Limited-Service chains, taking the top spot overall among the segment’s 100 contenders. The Irvine, Calif.-based burger chain climbed the ranks from the No. 3 spot last year. Compared with other burger brands, In-N-Out once again scored highest in almost all attributes, including those most important to Limited-Service consumers: Food Quality, ...
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