U.S. restaurant chains that augmented their low-calorie fare options are out-performing those that continue to promote super-sized meals with calorie counts that pack a punch. According to a report by the Hudson Institute, servings of lower-calorie meals grew 2.5% from 2006 to 2011 while higher-calorie servings dropped 4.2%, showing that consumers are more apt to spend money on healthier options.

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