CHICAGO — Even though chains like Burger King are announcing plans to eliminate trans fats from their quick-service menus, many consumers still don’t think the food-service industry is providing them with enough healthful options. According to Nutritrack, a consumer research study, a fairly low ratio of consumers was truly satisfied with nutritious offerings at 37 leading restaurant chains. The operators that do the best job in satisfying consumer demand included Subway, Olive Garden, Red ...

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