Where’s the beef? Why Shake Shack raised its prices

A double ShackBurger costs between 5 to 15 cents more at most locations, to help Shake Shake pay its workers above minimum wage. (Cox Newspapers)

A double ShackBurger costs between 5 to 15 cents more at most locations, to help Shake Shake pay its workers above minimum wage. (Cox Newspapers)

Where’s the beef in paying a little more for a burger?

Shake Shack raised its prices this year — including at its Boca Raton location — between 1 and 1.5 percent on most items to help pay its employees above the local minimum wage. That amounts to about 5-to-15 cents on burger and fries.

READ WHY THE COMPANY DID IT AND HOW CUSTOMERS RESPONDED

 

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