Since the country's obesity epidemic became top-of-mind for restaurants, the industry has found many ways to respond to consumers' concerns. While restaurants across the board have been quick to offer more low-fat options, quick-service and quick-casual restaurants also have hit a particular sweet spot in recent years by adding the option of smaller portion sizes. Not only does portion control strike a chord with calorie-conscious consumers, but it also has operational value for restaurants. ...
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