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Doing its best to stay relevant, or something.
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On healthier eating, the fried chicken chain is catching up to its rivals.
The key to delivering a better food future for everyone is moving beyond individual change into the public realm. We must act collectively, pressuring governments to use their regulatory and legislative powers to emphasize health, sustainability and fairness.
And it's selling out fast.
"We just want the buffet to stay."
Finger lickin' good, indeed.
What would the colonel say?
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