If more fast food restaurants are offering healthy and low-calorie options is this a good thing? The New York Times opines on the growing number of fast-food "diets" including Taco Bell's highly-publicized "Taco Bell" diet.
If there's one company who's definitely doing "healthy" right it's probably Chipotle -- as founder Steve Ells told Oprah, "45 percent of Chipotle's beans are organic, and restaurants buy produce from local family farmers in the months it's available." Chipotle also serves more naturally raised meat than any other restaurant company in the country and is in the process of testing a new vegan "Garden Blend" burrito that's made with gardein.
Chipotle sounds like they might be doing the best job making fast-food healthy. What do you think?