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Survey says healthy meal options has increased in 75% of QSRs

A survey conducted last month on the site aimed to explore the growing trend of healthy eating amongst customers of quick service restaurants (QSRs).

Almost all respondents noted that the number of healthy meals on their menu has grown in the last three years, with customers increasingly raising concerns about kilojoules (50%), fat (33.33%), carbohydrates (16.67%), and cholesterol (16.67%), respectively.

With a small number of QSRs (8.33%) saying none of their customers had dietary concerns.

In addition, mandatory kilojoules labelling on menu boards has brought a more positive experience to customers helping them make more informed healthy food choices, noted by about 75% of the respondents.

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