MIAMI Five weeks after launching its Apple Fries, Burger King Corp. said Tuesday that sales of the kids' menu item have exceeded expectations by 85 percent, with more than 3 million servings sold nationwide. Burger King last fall said it would introduce the Apple Fries, which are skinless red apples sliced to resemble French fries, as part of its revamped kids' meal. At the same time, the nation's No. 2 burger chain announced that it had it joined the Council of Better Business ...
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