More restaurant chains are jumping on the better-for-you bandwagon, as Luby’s beefs up its low-calorie options, Tony Roma’s launches a Low Cal Temptations campaign, Chick-fil-A introduces more healthful kids items and TCBY plans a higher-protein frozen yogurt platform. Luby’s, the Houston-based cafeteria chain, has launched a Livin’Smart menu of items with fewer than 600 calories. The 178-unit chain now has more than 60 such items, including such entrées as ...
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