Restaurants that have increased their lower-calorie menu offerings have also seen upticks in sales and traffic, according to a study by research organization Hudson Institute. The study, released Thursday, analyzed 21 restaurant chains between 2006-2011, measuring the amount of “lower-calorie” offerings against the brands’ reported same-store sales and traffic. The study was conducted with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and included large chains such as ...
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