The promotion of turkey burgers and chicken tenders helped drive transactions for Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s in fiscal 2012, but officials at parent CKE Restaurants Inc. said Wednesday they feel no pressure to add more healthful items to the menu. In a call to analysts Wednesday following the Carpinteria, Calif.-based company’s report earnings report, Andrew Puzder, CKE’s chief executive, said if anything, the two brands would look for opportunities for add more ...
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