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The Famous In-N-Out Burger: On the Outs?

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The Famous In-N-Out Burger: On the Outs?

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The Famous In-N-Out Burger: On the Outs?

The Famous In-N-Out Burger: On the Outs?

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The future of the renowned In-N-Out Burger franchise is in doubt after its co-founder, Esther Snyder, died. The passing of Snyder, who founded the company in 1948 with her late husband, Harry, has led to new questions about how the company will balance its commitment to quality with a desire for national expansion.

Guest:

Nancy Luna, business writer for The Orange County Register, covering restaurants and fast food

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