Why don’t more fast food restaurants offer more fast healthy options?

Question by Jay guy: Why don’t more fast food restaurants offer more fast healthy options?
Why don’t more fast food restaurants offer more fast healthy options?

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Answer by tone
Read nutrition facts…many have fast healthy choices. You however, must take the time to educate yourself on each restaurants products. Many people think sit down restaurant food is healthier than fast food, not true. Look at portion sizes – way to large and way too much fat…..The best way is to eat heathy – prepared by yourself at home, in correct portion sizes and limit fast food or unhealthy food….but make wise decisions when eating out , and dont overeat

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Why is healthy food at fast food restaurants more expensive than regular food?

Question by : Why is healthy food at fast food restaurants more expensive than regular food?
I see it all over the place. You got your 99 cent burgers, tacos, yada yada, and then if you want something that actually won’t clog your arteries like cement, you’ll need to fork over at least another two or three bucks for something that is half as filling as that 99 cent burger. Why can’t fast food restaurants make available healthy options for cheap? Besides a taco bell bean burrito, of course.

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Answer by Christopher
Because the 99 cent stuff you’re talking about is fodder. The quality that goes into it is worth 99 cents. The more healthy options on the other hand have at least a semblance of decent quality, hence the higher price.

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What are your low-fat favorites at different fast food restaurants?

Question by SB91: What are your low-fat favorites at different fast food restaurants?
I’m a full time worker and student always on the run. I was wondering what some of your favorite low-fat/healthy choices are at different restaurants like Wendys, Taco Bell, etc. are. I know fast food can be just horrible, but sometimes you just gotta do it! Something besides salads with low fat dressing or Subway please. And I know that the salads can be lethal unless you choose the right toppings!

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Answer by Tammy G
Ok…I am a fast food junkie yet weigh 118lbs so I will tell you my secret. Grilled chicken sandwiches with no mayo at any chain are usually a good choice. Also hamburgers the small ones are typically low in calories. Then there is the parfaits which are good for snacks. Also any kids meal is usually safe because its low calorie.

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I need help advertising my restaurant’s healthy kids menu. I want to do so in a unique and interesting way.?

Question by gbak: I need help advertising my restaurant’s healthy kids menu. I want to do so in a unique and interesting way.?
We truly do have a healthy kids menu (no fried items) and I want the ‘slogan’ to be informative for parents, but also appealing and fun for the kids. I will use the slogan on a vertical banner.

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Answer by Justin
First off, I would recommend reposting this question in a business category since this is more of a marketing question.

Secondly, is this a “kids restaurant” or is this a restaurant that has healthy options for everybody? If you are trying to market to the parents to bring their kids to the restaurant you should focus on them. For instance, you don’t need to have a kids-focused advertisement or slogan since the parents will be doing the driving and paying the bill.

Make the banner quick and easy to understand. Something like, “Great Food, Lots of FUN!” might sound pretty generic, but it gets the point across.

Sorry for being vague, but I don’t have a lot of information to make a recommendation on. I hope my answer at least points you in the right direction.

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Where are some restaurants in Dallas that offer healthy food?

Question by tennis: Where are some restaurants in Dallas that offer healthy food?
We are looking for low fat, low sugar, low salt tasty food when we dine out or pick up to go food. I have been checking the nutritional value of some meals and some salads have 60 g of fat and 2000 mg of sodium. Where do you get healthy food when you go out to eat?

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Answer by Duckie
http://www.picassospizza.com/ (They have a good selection of healthy entrees.)

http://www.chuys.com/ (Just ask & they’ll make it the way you want it.)

http://www.genghisgrill.com/ (You can watch them cook it and you can choose what they put in it.)

http://www.buzzbrews.com/ (24 hours)

http://www.cafebrazil.com/ (24 hours)

http://www.cafe-express.com/

http://www.cornerbakerycafe.com/home.aspx

http://www.chipotle.com/#/flash/fwi_fare

http://www.cosmiccafedallas.com/menu.htm

http://www.blissrawcafe.com/

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Kentucky effort engages restaurants to promote healthy eating habits.(STATE & LOCAL: Issues at the state and community levels): An article from: The Nation’s Health

Kentucky effort engages restaurants to promote healthy eating habits.(STATE & LOCAL: Issues at the state and community levels): An article from: The Nation’s Health

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Title: Kentucky effort engages restaurants to promote healthy eating habits.(STATE & LOCAL: Issues at the state and community levels)
Author: Teddi Dineley Johnson
Publication: The Nation’s Health (Magazine/Journal)
Date: July 1, 2010
Publisher: The Nation’s Health
Volume: 40 Issue: 5 Page: 10(1)

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