McDonald's new adult Happy Meal and other chains' expanding lists of low-carb options have grabbed the media spotlight -- and it holds lessons for supermarkets, sources told SN. Their efforts are focused on encouraging healthy eating and giving customers what they need to stick to the eating plan they've adopted, quick-serve restaurant chain officials said. Other industry sources call food service's new attention to health-consciousness smart and farsighted. McDonald's and other food and ...

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