Bruegger’s has literally cut the calories. In an effort to make a more healthful bagel, Bruegger’s didn’t look to its chef. It looked to its operations team. Instead of reformulating its bagel recipe and possibly altering the flavor and texture of its signature product, Bruegger’s developed a two-bladed slicer that simply removes the middle third of the bagel, leaving the top and bottom. The end result for a plain bagel contains 200 calories, down from 300 calories ...
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