Burger King Isn't The Only Fast Food Chain Cutting Calories

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This week, Burger King announced a new product called "Satisfries," a slightly healthier version of its basic French fries. This move recalls The Atlantic's July cover story, which suggested that small changes like these could do more to combat America's obesity problem than Michael Pollan's locavore movement. Fast food chains are decreasing calories and adding whole grains — quietly, because sales tend to plummet when people think things are too healthy (God Bless America). Here are some changes fast food chains are making.

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