In-N-Out Burgers Releases New Mini Double-Doubles
Los Angeles, CA, USA - May 2, 2022: Exterior of an IN-N-OUT BURGER restaurant on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, CA.

In-N-Out Burgers Releases New Mini Double-Doubles

In-N-Out Burgers is scaling down on some of its popular menu items. The California fast-food chain will offer menu versions of fan favs.

The eatery’s burgers and fries will now come smaller in size, mini versions, so to speak.

Owner Lynsi Snyder announced on the company’s Instagram page that it would only offer mini Double-Doubles, mini burgers, mini fries, and fountain drinks through its new catering truck, Esther Snyder Cookout Truck.

“Exciting news to share!” the In-N-Out owner and president posted. “In memory of my precious Grams, we welcome our newest addition, the Esther Snyder Cookout Truck that serves In-N-Out’s ONLY mini Double-Doubles, mini burgers, and yes, mini fries!”

The truck, which takes up about 85 feet of parking space, is reserved for children and youth events, Fox LA reported. A portion of the money will go to the In-N-Out Burger Foundation, which assists children who have been victims of child abuse.

“So, let’s get that truck on the road and help give children an abuse-free childhood and a future,” Snyder added in the post.

Those interested in booking the truck should contact a “Cookout Coordinator” to discuss the options.

In-N-Out has restaurants throughout California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Oregon, and Texas. The latest is in Tennessee.

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