It seems people can’t get none until In-N-Out gets buns, hun.
The California-based burger joint will temporarily keep its Texas locations closed after a quality issue with their buns.
Bob Lang Jr, the company’s executive vice president, announced on Monday that they discovered their buns that were delivered to Lone Star State locations did not “meet the quality standards that we demand.”
Lang assured customers that there was never a food safety concern and that Texas locations were set to reopen on Tuesday after a new shipment of buns. However, Texas locations remained closed on Tuesday.
A company spokesperson said there is no set date for them to reopen, but they hope to reopen by Wednesday.