Domino's "Smart Slice" seen as a Trojan horse for hooking kids on fast food (The New York Times) The New York Times takes aim at Domino's Smart Slice, introduced three and a half years ago. It says that by introducing its brand to school children with the higher whole grain, reduced-fat pizza, Domino's is encouraging kids to eat the regular pizza on their own time — a tactic that snack manufacturers are copying. —Bret Thorn Louisville food trucks just ...

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