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In-N-Out G prices hike as California enforces new minimum wage for fast-food workers

  • In-N-Out is raising prices post-California's minimum wage increase, with President Lynsi Snyder pushing to keep them low despite new law.
  • Many fast-food chains raised prices by 10%, while In-N-Out only raised burger prices by 25 cents and drink prices by 5 cents following new wage laws.
  • In-N-Out cited maintaining quality standards and aligning with pay raises as reasons for the price increase on April 1st.
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