Have you tried a big, juicy In-N-Out burger? If so, you have contributed to the fat pockets of the world’s youngest female billionaire.
Lynsi Torres, the 30-year-old owner and president of the In-N-Out Burger fast food chain was named the youngest female billionaire this week, one of the youngest billionaires of men and women.
Torres inherited the burger joint from her grandparents, Esther and Harry Snyder. However, since inheriting the company, the Torres’ family has turned the tiny, cult favorite burger joint into a booming burger empire worth $1.1 billion.
In-N-Out Burger now has 280 stores in five states.
The three-time-married Lynsi Torres became the head of the company in 2010 after a couple of family deaths.