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Juicy news: Burger chain Hardee's plans to open in Massachusetts

Posted by Kara Baskin  September 30, 2013 11:00 AM

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Hardee's plans a return to Massachusetts within the next 12 to 18 months, reports BusinessWire. According to their reps, "We’ve heard from residents all across the region for years, begging us to bring our food back to them."


Hardee's had gradually closed throughout the area in the mid-1990s. The chain, which also operates Carl's Jr., expects to open about 200 franchises throughout the Northeast. They're known for burgers, pork chop 'n gravy biscuits, and burritos. See their menu — and feel your cholesterol begin to rise — right here.

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