In-N-Out Burger Puts A Hidden Message Under Every Cup And Burger Sleeve (Photos)

| by Brendan Kelly

Next time you eat at an In-N-Out Burger, take a closer look at their cups and hamburger bags.

The California-based company has been printing bible verses on their merchandise since the 1980s, reported.

In-N-Out Burger, recently ranked as the number one "limited-service" restaurant in America, was founded in 1948 by Harry and Esther Snyder in Baldwin Park, California. Today, the Christian-based restaurant has more than 200 restaurants and is still privately owned by the Snyder family.

The Snyders are a religious family and have reportedly chosen to include pointers to Bible verses that hold a special meaning to them.

The soda cup is marked with John 3:16. 

The hamburger sleeves are inscribed with Revelation 3:20.

The milkshake cup reads Proverbs 3:5.

In-N-Out's french fry holder is labeled with Proverbs 24:16.

The company did not start labeling their merchandise with bible verses until the 1980s when Rich Snyder, who wanted to emphasize the company's strong Christian beliefs, became president of the company, according to Liftbump.

Sources: Liftbump, Snopes

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