In-N-Out Raises Prices, Blames Cost Of Ingredients

IRVINE ( — In-N-Out is the latest fast-food chain to raise its prices due to the soaring costs of core ingredients like dairy and beef.

The chain’s famous Double-Double will now cost $3.45, up 15 cents.

The prices of hamburgers and cheeseburgers have also risen 10 cents, while the cost of a soda is up 5 cents.

In-N-Out’s last price hike was just last year.

Chipotle recently announced it’s raising the prices of steak burritos and chicken salads by about 5 percent.


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