Chick-fil-A is working on removing artificial dyes, high-fructose corn syrup and some preservatives from its menu in an ongoing effort to improve food quality — a move that the company has not promoted in hopes that consumers wouldn’t notice any change in taste. The move has been widely attributed to pressure from food blogger and nutrition gadfly Vani Hari, who has written about Chick-fil-A’s use of certain ingredients on her website FoodBabe.com over the past two ...
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