Carl’s Jr. is one of the foremost names in burger-dom (behind only Carl Sr., probably), but now they’re climbing further up the ranks by introducing fast food's first all-natural beef burger. To familiarize yourself with its fresh-to-deathness, click into those ingredients above then check out these 10 reasons to introduce your taste buds to this all-natural patty.
You like being first
We said it above: this is the first time a major fast food chain has offered an all-natural burger on the menu. Just like you were ahead of everyone else in the '90s when you showed up to school wearing billowy, sweats-like pants with tiger stripes on them, you can be ahead of everyone else now. But even though this burger is new, you can rest assured these guys know what they're doing, because...
Carl’s Jr. has been grilling beef patties for close to 70 years
What started as an L.A. hot dog cart in 1941 soon became a brick-and-mortar barbecue joint with burgers heavy in the mix before the first two official “Carl’s Jr.” spots opened in ‘56. So your buddy Phil adds Worcestershire to his cookout patties? Has he been perfecting his recipe since The Greatest Generation? That’s what we thought.