Editor, NRN: The article, “Fast feeders fill up menus with premium beef offerings,” was interesting. It’s great to see higher-quality offerings making their way into the most affordable segment of our industry. But regarding the pioneers in this movement—the bigger burgers rolled out over the past few years by Carl’s Jr. and Burger King—it was puzzling to read through the entire article and not find a single mention of the dirty little secret: These big burgers aren’t ...
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