With a federal menu-labeling mandate on the horizon, IHOP has rolled out its new Simple & Fit menu featuring items with less than 600 calories. Based in Glendale, Calif., IHOP joins a growing number of chains that are offering lower calorie items specifically designated on the menu. Sister brand Applebee’s, both owned by parent DineEquity Inc., last year introduced a menu line featuring five items under 550 calories, and chains such as Ruby Tuesday, Seasons 52, Manhattan Bagel, ...
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