Restaurant operators from quick service to casual dining are trying to appeal to customers with New Year's diet resolutions by offering more lower-calorie dishes. More than 70 percent of customers said they find it more difficult to keep New Year’s food resolutions when dining out than at home, according to a Harris Interactive survey commissioned by Applebee’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill, a division of DineEquity Inc. That led the casual-dining chain to add two dishes to its ...

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