There’s a Petition for a Veggie Burger at In-N-Out

And vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike are confused
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At the time of publication, the petition has more than 23,000 signatures of its 25,000 goal.

A petition to add a veggie burger to the menu at In-N-Out has, at time of publication, more than 23,000 signatures.

“In-N-Out has been letting its fans down by failing to serve anything that would satisfy a burger-loving customer who wants a healthy, humane, and sustainable option,” the petition stated, calling out meat alternatives at other fast-food chains such as Chipotle, White Castle, and Burger King.

It continues, “As a company that prides itself on both customer satisfaction and ethical business practices, adding a meat-free option is a no-brainer.”

Once the petition reaches its goal of 25,000 signatures, it will be sent to Lynsi Snyder, the president of In-N-Out.

Though it has more than 23,000 signatures, some of the comments on the petition are less than supportive. One user wrote, “As a vegetarian myself, this is a stupid petition. Why, as a vegan, would you want to support a company that slaughters cows by the thousands? I wouldn’t ask Lucille’s BBQ to make me vegan ribs. I just won’t eat there.”

Customers have also turned to social media to express their opinions on the matter. “If In-N-Out (A BURGER PLACE) is required to serve veggie burgers I'm going to need all vegan/vegetarian places to offer me a meat option,” one user tweeted.

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