People say they want healthier fast-food options, and companies such as Subway, McDonald's, Starbucks and Panera Bread are responding by reworking menus, ingredients and portions. While Subway has been touted as offering lower-fat foods and lots of vegetables, corporate dietitian Lanette Kovachi says it also has added healthier beverages, lowered sodium levels in children's meals and put extra fiber into its wheat bread.
Fast-food chains respond to demands for healthier menu options
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