KFC Seeks to Join Fast-Food Health Trend

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Yet another fast-food restaurant plans to alter its menu to appease health-conscious consumers. Kentucky Fried Chicken, announcing an "evolution" in their menu, will now market boneless chicken strips in wraps and salads. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Amy O'Connor, deputy editor of Prevention magazine, about the health-seeking trend in the fast food business.



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