Get In-N-Out to Serve Burgers with 100% Grass Fed Beef
  • Petitioned Lynsi Martinez

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President, In-N-Out
Lynsi Martinez
COO, In-N-Out
Mark Taylor
COO, In-N-Out
Roger Kotch

Get In-N-Out to Serve Burgers with 100% Grass Fed Beef

    1. Aaron Zober
    2. Petition by

      Aaron Zober

      Los Angeles, CA

In-N-Out recently cut its ties with the Central Valley Meat Co., which had supplied 30% of its beef. In-N-Out distanced itself from Central Valley, because of their animal abuse which was caught on tape. Abuse of animals is common in feedlots. Factory farming also produces beef which is unhealthy for us and bad for the environment. In-N-Out needs to switch to a supplier that uses 100% grass fed beef. Grass fed beef is very healthy as it's high in omega-3's that the cows get from eating in the pastures. Grass fed beef also is good for the planet as it replenishes the soil, allowing us to grow the largest amount of crops and providing farms with full polycultures.

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    • Victoria Bloch LOS ANGELES, CA
      • almost 2 years ago

      The more chain restaurants want to purchase meats and poultry from animals raised on poultry, the more farmers will be encouraged to raise their animals this way – and the healthier we and our planet will be!

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    • jeremy bernard HUGO, MN
      • almost 2 years ago

      Slow food movement is important.

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    • Derek Bourassa BURBANK, CA
      • almost 2 years ago

      BECAUSE COWS EAT GRASS.

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    • jack vu REDDING, CA
      • almost 2 years ago

      I love In-N-Out but I'll stop eating there if they continue to serve GMO meats

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    • Aubrey Bauman REDDING, CA
      • about 2 years ago

      For the health of my family, the animals we eat, and the sake of humanity.

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