VIDEO: California's In-N-Out Burger Prices Jump as $20 Minimum Wage Chokes Fast Food Businesses

VIDEO: California’s In-N-Out Burger Prices Jump as $20 Minimum Wage Chokes Fast Food Businesses


Prices at In-N-Out Burger in Democrat-run California have jumped due to the $20 minimum wage, making it even more expensive for families to enjoy a simple meal together.

The fast food restaurant’s Double-Double with fries and a drink costs over $10 in the state before adding in tax, the Orange County Register reported on Sunday.

“A meal at In-N-Out is now $10.45 for a Double-Double, $8.65 for a cheeseburger, and $8.15 for a hamburger outside the headquarters in Irvine,” the outlet said.

In April, In-N-Out President Lynsi Snyder said she fought in company meetings to keep costs low as fast food prices in California rose due to inflation and the updated minimum wage that went into effect on April 1 after Gov. Gavin

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