Dec 10, 2014

Carl's Jr. Introduces New Grass-Fed, Free-Range Beef Patty

Starting December 17, 2014, Carl's Jr. will offer a new grass-fed, free-range beef patty in the new All-Natural Burger. In addition to being made with grass-fed and free-range beef, the new patty also contains no added hormones, antibiotics, or steroids.

In addition to the patty, the All-Natural Burger includes a slice of cheddar cheese (the non-processed kind), vine-ripened tomatoes, red onion, lettuce, bread-and-butter pickles, ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise on one of their Fresh Baked Buns.

The burger is available with a single patty starting at $4.69 (may vary) and with a double patty for $6.99. You can also substitute the new grass-fed patty on any burger on the menu for an additional charge.

Grass-fed, free-range beef comes from cows that are allowed to roam freely outdoors and are fed grass rather than being "corn-fed."

While they're calling it "all-natural," what constitutes "natural" isn't defined by the FDA and is only loosely regulated. Still, it would certainly seem to apply in this case (at least as to the beef patty) and, from a marketing standpoint, is probably less unwieldy than calling the new burger: the "grass-fed, free-range, non hormones, antibiotics, or steroids burger."

For a limited time, you can download a coupon for $1 off any All-Natural Burger combo meal from the Carl's Jr. website.

Nutritional Info - Carl's Jr. All-Natural Burger - Single (315g)
Calories - 760 (Calories from Fat - 400)
Fat - 44g (Saturated Fat - 13g)
Sodium - 1040mg
Carbs - 61g (Sugar - 19g)
Protein - 31g

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