Carl’s Jr. Unveils All-Natural, Antibiotic-Free Turkey Burger Line

Carl’s Jr. has introduced the fast food industry’s first All-Natural Turkey Burger line.Carl's Jr. All Natural Turkey BurgerAvailable now at participating restaurants, All-Natural Turkey Burgers feature an all-natural, quarter-pound patty made from turkey raised with no antibiotics and served in three varieties, all 500 calories or less: Original, Jalapeño and Teriyaki.

  • Original All-Natural Turkey Burger (490 calories): Features an all-natural, charbroiled turkey patty, special sauce, mayonnaise, lettuce, red onion, tomato and dill pickle chips on a toasted honey wheat bun.
  • Jalapeño All-Natural Turkey Burger (500 calories): Features an all-natural, charbroiled turkey patty, spicy Santa Fe sauce, sliced jalapeño, pepper-Jack cheese, red onion, tomato and lettuce on a toasted honey wheat bun.
  • Teriyaki All-Natural Turkey Burger (480 calories): Features an all-natural, charbroiled turkey patty, teriyaki sauce, grilled pineapple, Swiss cheese, red onion, tomato and lettuce on a toasted honey wheat bun.

 

7 comments on “Carl’s Jr. Unveils All-Natural, Antibiotic-Free Turkey Burger Line

  1. popwar says:

    Mmmm. Hope hardees gets this

  2. Taylor says:

    They do not sound good at all. I will not be trying them. The major QSR are pushing too much turkey and chicken these days.

  3. Sascha says:

    Tis the season for “healthier” options and the barrage of fish. Both can be a good thing though, especially when presented by these burgers from Hardee’s. They look delicious, and would definitely try the Teriyaki and the original.

  4. Taylor says:

    I anticipate these being really terrible. Just like they have been at other QSRs.

  5. JJJ says:

    I don’t see these being any different than the same turkey burgers they have offered for the past several years.

  6. mike says:

    I had one yesterday taste pretty bad. The original turkey burgers were much better.

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