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Want Fries With That Kale Salad?

Fast-food chains improved their ingredients. Skeptics don’t care | “Most of the people at McDonald’s aren’t there to get a salad”
McDonald’s antibiotic-free buttermilk crispy chicken sandwich

On her lunch break in Chicago’s Loop, Erica Kelley often strolls by McDonald’s, which beckons with some newer menu items straight out of a hipster cafe: antibiotic-free chicken, kale salads, whole-wheat muffins. The 33-year-old jewelry designer, who has a passion for animal welfare, would seem a natural customer for a more eco-friendly Golden Arches. But she still favors Peach and Green, a local cafe that advertises “all natural, locally sourced,

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