12 Fast Food Chains

it was one of the first food chains to reject the use of high-fructose corn syrup and artificial trans fats upon its opening in 1976

Jason's Deli

This bumpin' chain meets all three of the core areas of Food Policy: clean ingredients, transparent menu, and positive impact. Go Panera

Panera Bread

choice with classic dishes like mushroom stroganoff, spaghetti, and buttered noodles all clocking in under 500 calories per serving

Noodles and Company

All organic and sourced from farmers. Talk about eating directly from the farm to your table! With salads galore and power bowls filled


Zoë Cassimus opened the first restaurant in Homewood, Alabama in 1995 with aspirations to cook with classic Greek ingredients.

Zoës Kitchen

He took a major twist in his career and when he decided to "add magic to the fresh food business," and brand the commodity of fresh food


 Lyfe Kitchen is your go-to! Every single item on the menu clocks in under 600 calories, so if you're trying to shed some belly fat

Lyfe Kitchen

The typical Chipotle menu item is actually pretty healthful, especially because most of its ingredients are locally sourced


All types of eaters are welcome to enjoy, and with eclectic, seasonal menu items like the Super Rica Burger and Tinga Tacos

Veggie Grill

You'll never believe what they sell at this restaurant. Okay anyone with two eyes can get the picture that they only sell salad

Just Salad

Cosi has even added smart fit items to its menu which include vegetables/fruits or whole grains, a source of lean protein follow specific


Founded in 1978, this American-based chain is incredibly transparent about its menu! Each menu item has a full nutrition profile

Au Bon Pain