SEATTLE In a move likely to intensify the competition for breakfast patrons on the go, Starbucks is adding new morning food options while cutting the calorie and fat content of its basic beverage and bakery items. The new breakfast choices include hot oatmeal that can be customized with brown sugar, dried fruit or nuts; a Power Protein Plate that includes a hard-boiled egg, a whole-wheat bagel, peanut butter, cheese and fresh fruit; an Apple Bran Muffin made with whole-wheat flour, ...

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