New All-Natural Burger Coming to Carl’s Jr. on December 17th

Today, Carl’s Jr. announced the All-Natural Burger is coming to participating locations on Wednesday, December 17th.  Carl’s Jr. will be the first major fast food chain to offer an all-natural beef patty.  The All-Natural Burger features a “charbroiled, all-natural, grass-fed, free-range beef patty that has no added hormones, antibiotics or steroids”.  The burger also includes a slice of natural cheddar cheese, vine-ripened tomatoes, red onion, lettuce, bread-and-butter pickles, ketchup, mustard and mayo on a Fresh Baked Bun.

Carl's All-Natural BurgerPriced at $4.69 for a single and $6.99 for a double… prices may vary. You can substitute the all-natural patty on any burger on the menu for an additional charge.  Select Hardee’s locations are currently still testing the new burger.

13 comments on “New All-Natural Burger Coming to Carl’s Jr. on December 17th

  1. Justin ST says:

    Stupid people only need apply.

    • Brad says:

      Please elaborate on why somebody is stupid for wanting grass fed beef.

      • xealo says:

        Probably because it’s no different than any other “All Natural” burger. Grass fed doesn’t mean that it’s not finished off with corn. All cows are grass fed initially, but then are fattened at the end with corn before they are slaughtered. Carls Jr. need to be more clear on what they mean by “Grass-Fed”.

        • ElChupinazo says:

          It kills me that most people don’t realize this. And why anyone would want 100% grass-fed beef eludes me. I guess some people want flavorless, lean unmarbled meat, maybe in the name of health or self-righteousness. Cows are fine eating corn. Saying they weren’t designed to is like saying we weren’t designed to eat cows.

          Oh, and most retail-quality beef is hormone and antibiotic free unless the animal gets sick. Now, no telling what quality beef they use in fast food restaurants, but any kind of branded cow you buy at the store is fine.

  2. Snackeroo says:

    My problem with this is it makes their other burgers sound ‘unnatural’. I’m all for the new burger patties, but this should be a complete menu implementation instead of single item.

    • Todd says:

      I totally agree with you. Now if I was there and have to choose between all natural and regular it will make me wonder if what is going on with the “regular” one. Reflects badly in comparison.

  3. C says:

    Will this be the first major fast food chain to offer grass fed beef?

  4. Ryan says:

    I may have to try this. But after getting sickened by that Mile High Bacon burger they had, I’ve been staying away from Carl’s Jr.

  5. smoledman says:

    Will it say MOO before I bite it?

  6. Gi Han says:

    People need to realize there’s two terms..100% grass fed and grass fed. If its not 100% grass fed then forget it

  7. Jonathan Wayne says:

    No thanks, at these prices I will go to a proper burger place like Shake Shack. I like Carl’s Jr., don’t get me wrong, but I don’t looks to them for these kinds of products. I will try it and give it a fair shot though.

  8. Servicesearcher says:

    Because someone else wanted to eat there, I decided to try Carl’s Junior again. I ate an All Natural last Thursday. About 4 hours later my stomach was hurting. I tried again on Saturday and by Sunday morning my stomach was hurting again. Okay, it tastes pretty good but for my body it doesn’t digest very well. No more Carl’s for me.

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