Spring appears to be the season for hatching new menu ideas, as operators large and small revamp their chicken selections.
 Quick-service giant Burger King reformulated its chicken tenders, reshaping them from crowns into nuggets and altering the flavor of the breading so it would be “more broadly appealing” to customers, said a company spokeswoman.
 The 12,200-unit chain also changed the portion size. Previously available in four-, five- and eight-piece servings, tenders are now ...

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