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Fast Company has a terrific little story about how MNB-fave Burgerville, the 39-unit Pacific Northwest fast food chain, has started providing nutritional information on customer receipts. The receipts do not just provide this data about the food people order, but also offers healthier alternatives; if a person orders a milk shake, it lets them know that a smoothie is a tasty but healthier option.

A pilot program by Burgerville got such positive response from shoppers that the company is rolling it out chain-wide this week.
KC's View:
Yet another reason why, IMHO, Burgerville is the class of the field when it comes to fast food. No contest.