July 1998 Issue
Eating Out Fast, But Healthfully: Is It Possible? EN Finds Out
Most health-conscious consumers like to think they wouldn't be caught dead eating fast food. But dining out has become a part of the quintessential American life-style, with one of every three people eating away from home at any one mealtime. And try as you may to steer clear of the golden arches and its rivals, on occasion they're the only options that are quick and relatively inexpensive. Moreover, even family-style restaurants that seemingly
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