Plano, Texas-based Mooyah entered the fast-food market in 2007. Mooyah's ingredients page guarantees Certified Angus Beef burger patties.
The beef was never frozen. The chain bakes buns daily, hand-cuts Idaho potatoes for fries, and makes milkshakes from real ice cream.
The Original Angus Burger uses "100% Angus Beef." Bacon-Cheese Angus Burger. Same deal. The mini-hamburger? Not much.
Smashburger uses aged cheddar cheese, applewood-smoked bacon, and the best Certified Angus Beef in every patty they smash and sizzle.
The restaurant says, "Our trademark burgers are always freshly cooked, hand-smashed to order using 100% Certified Angus Beef that is pasture-fed, corn-finished and supports local farmers."
"Our unique 100% Angus beef blend, never frozen, no hormones or antibiotics ever, humanely grown and grazed in the USA," Shake Shack says of its burgers.
BurgerFi claims its burgers are created from "all-natural Angus Beef devoid of steroids, chemicals, and hormones" on their webpage.
There are just a few more than 100 BurgerFi outlets, and most of them are on the East Coast, so you may have to explore a little to experience the high standards.
This business has only been around since 2005, but its "all-natural 100% Black Angus beef burgers," fresh-squeezed orange juice, fresh-cut fries, and traditional milkshakes are helping it grow rapidly.
M-"fresh-ground, Burger's all-natural, black Angus Midwestern beef, topped with sauce, mustard, local pickles, and grilled onions" burgers will make you want them in your town.