ThinkstockPhotos 185916134As we rang in the New Year just 14 short days ago, most of us made resolutions that impact our image and the fast-food industry is right along with us. The industry is working overtime to change the way diners perceive its menu offerings and avoid fast food becoming what some are calling a “dirty” word. Chick-fil-A was one of the first restaurants this year to announce a healthy addition to its menu. The Atlanta-based company will replace its coleslaw with a kale and broccolini salad Monday, saying it is one of the first fast-food restaurants to add “superfoods” to its menu. The “Superfood Side” is made with a blend of hand-chopped kale and broccolini, tossed in a sweet and tangy maple vinaigrette dressing and topped with dried sour cherries and served with a blend of roasted nuts to enhance the flavor and add crunch, Chick-Fil-A said.

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The New Year is upon us and with it comes the tradition of making a bunch of promises to yourself that are usually centered on diet, exercise or making healthier choices in general. I don’t know about you, but my resolutions rarely last more than a month or two. Why is that?

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