AUSTIN Texas Fast-casual hamburger chain Fuddruckers said it is upgrading the beef it uses and plans to roll out the new meat to its more than 230 North American units by Nov. 17.Fuddruckers said Tuesday that its new Fudds Prime is made with premium cuts of vegetarian-fed beef from U.S. ranches. The chain also noted that the beef contains no fillers or artificial ingredients.Fuddruckers restaurants in Albuquerque, N.M., and the Texas cities of San Antonio, Houston and Austin began serving ...

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