As consumers get ready to make New Year’s resolutions to eat more healthful foods, restaurants are preparing to cater to those intentions, according to new MenuMonitor data from Chicago-based Technomic. The research firm found that many restaurants have increased menu offerings that are low in fat, calories and sugar and are promoting them more prominently on menus. “Dieting consumers don’t always view restaurants as a safe place to eat, either because they don’t ...

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