West-coasters and Texans along I-35 won’t find this to be too big of a deal, but anyone coming from out east often make a specific point to hit an In-N-Out while visiting Salt Lake City. The chain started near Los Angeles in 1948 based on fresh ingredients and to this day, none of their food is frozen or pre-packaged. Since its founding, it has slowly spread from Southern California to 326 locations in Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Texas, and Oregon. Because of the “never frozen” policy, locations are limited to within striking distance of their own distribution centers. There are nine locations between Ogden and Provo with five of them relatively close to Salt Lake City (though none are technically in the city itself).