As public scrutiny increases over the restaurant industry’s role in America’s growing weight problem, operators are responding by offering a barrage of items boasting fewer calories and lower fat content. In the past year, Dunkin’ Donuts introduced its DDSmart menu featuring items that were designed to be 25-percent lower in fat, sugar, sodium and calories; KFC rolled out its “Unfried” grilled-chicken product line; and Denny’s debuted five better-for-you additions to its Build ...
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