In-N-Out Burger shut down all 36 of its locations in the Lone Star State on Monday afternoon due to a shortage of hamburger buns, according to the Irvine-based company.
Every location across Texas remained closed on Tuesday as well.
Texas fans of In-N-Out Burger will have to wait a little bit to get their burger fix.
Bob Lang, Jr., the Executive Vice President of the fast-food restaurant company, sent out a statement regarding the closures. The company confirmed to KENS 5 the closure was due to a quality control issue with the recent shipment of hamburger buns.
Since we don't have an In-N-Out Burger in Wichita Falls this will not affect us. "We made a decision to close all of our Texas stores until we are confident that we can serve our normal high quality bun", Lang Jr. said in a statement.
In-N-Out is hoping to open today, but if the problem is not resolved they will not open.
In-N-Out Burger restaurants remain closed while waiting for a new shipment of buns to be delivered and are expected to reopen on Wednesday.
Michelle Gant is a writer and editor for Fox News Lifestyle.
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