Carpinteria, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- When men don't eat between meals, they get hungry, irritable and crabby. Today, Carl's Jr. is pleased to announce that it has found the cure for these common crabs, the new Green Burrito Crisp Burritos.
Starting today for a limited time, young hungry guys across America can visit their closest Carl's Jr. (no appointment required) for a dose of delicious Crisp Burritos that will ease all between-meal hunger pains. Each burrito features a flour tortilla, filled with a mixture of ground beef, cheddar cheese and jalapeños, then deep fried to a golden brown for quick, satisfying consumption.
"The common crabs have been plaguing hungry guys for many years, so we felt it was our civic duty to come up with a cure," said Brad Haley, executive vice president of marketing at Carl's Jr. "Our new Crisp Burritos are available without a prescription but, they are so tasty that they could become habit-forming. My only regret is that we were too late to help poor Christian Bale."
The Green Burrito Crisp Burritos, served with hot sauce, are offered in several dosages to treat all stages of common crabs; $2.89 for three pieces, $4.59 for five pieces, or as part of a combo with a side and a drink. Prices may vary and a side of freshly-made guacamole is available for an additional charge.
Carl's Jr. is celebrating more than 65 years in the quick-service industry. What began as a lone hot dog cart in Los Angeles, Calif. in 1941 is today an international organization that employs nearly 30,000 people worldwide. Carl's Jr. is a wholly owned subsidiary of CKE Restaurants, Inc. (NYSE:CKR) of Carpinteria, Calif. As of the third fiscal quarter ended November 3, 2008, CKE Restaurants, Inc., through its subsidiaries, had a total of 3,110 franchised, licensed or company-operated restaurants in 42 states and in 14 countries, including 1,185 Carl's Jr. restaurants and 1,912 Hardee's restaurants.
Source: Carl's Jr.