Cutting Calories is Good Business for Restaurants, Study Says


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Hank Cardello, lead author of the “Key Findings of the Lower Calorie Foods Report” from the Hudson Institute explains some of the findings from the report. Cardello, a former executive of Coca-Cola and General Mills, found that more lower calorie offerings were offered at fast-food restaurants compared to sit down restaurants. The report provided findings from restaurants such as McDonald’s, Taco Bell, Olive Garden, and Outback.

Read more about Cardello’s research here.

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