Company Contrast: In-N-Out Burger

Company Contrast: In-N-Out Burger

Each week 2ndVote takes a look at popular companies that either score well or score poorly  and then try to provide alternatives that either better align with the 2ndVote values or should be avoided to the best of your ability. This series is called The Company Contrast, and the company we will be focusing on this week is In-N-Out Burger (4.07).

In-N-Out is an American  fast food restaurant, primarily located in California. The chain was founded by Harry and Esther Snyder in Baldwin Park, California in 1948. The success of In-N-Out Burger has allowed the chain to expand to a number of different states reaching as far as Colorado. The chain is notorious for its unique burger styles, fries and shakes and takes pride in their food quality and old-fashioned preparation. Although their menu is notable, their donation patterns are even more noteworthy. In-N-Out scores high on 3 key issues we want you to be informed about here at 2ndVote. These being Life, Basic Freedoms, and Education. The chain supported multiple Pro-life organizations in the recent years. They supported a number of openly religious foundations supporting freedom of religion. In-N-Out even supports organizations that offer educational programs and resources for our future generations. Head over to our website score center to read more about why In-N-Out Burgers scores so well and is a corporation we recommend to you. Your voice matters, let In-N-Out know why you support them!

With the plethora of fast food chains around us, it is important to stay informed of which may not align with your values. Burger King (2.35), a fast food restaurant owned and operated by Restaurant Brands International, is one option we do not recommend. The chain was founded in 1953 and was formerly known as Insta-Burger King. It later went on to be purchased by David Edgerton and James McLamore and was rebranded as Burger King. Just as their name was rebranded their values should be as well. The Brand certainly leans left when examining their scores on life, environment and basic freedoms. They supported Planned Parenthood, scored high on the HRC, and partake in environmental alarmism. Companies like Burger King, the subsidiary of Restaurant Brands International, need your help to change. Flex your freedom of speech and help them align with your values!