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Boston Market Beats Cold With Hot Meal Deal

The winter doldrums may be upon us, but the comfort and warmth of a hot, home style meal (for two) is just around the corner at your nearest Boston Market. The restaurant –known for its fresh, never frozen rotisserie chicken – today announced its limited time only "2 for $20 Complete Meal Deal," as well as the launch of the "Cruise in to Win" sweepstakes in partnership with Princess Cruises.

Boston Market Comes Up With “150 Ways to Eat Right”

Resolving to eat healthier and spend less money in the New Year are not easy tasks, but Boston Market is helping consumers do both this year with its “150 Ways to Eat Right” menu of more than 150 meal combinations that are 550 calories or less. The 550 calories or less menu includes the restaurant's popular Market Bowls for only $6.99, as well as several gluten-free options—making Boston Market a great stop for both financial and nutritional resolutions.

Boston Market Reports Increased Thanksgiving Sales

Boston Market reported that sales for catering and take out for Thanksgiving Week are up 20 percent based on orders taken to date compared to the same time period during last year’s holiday season. The trend of purchasing prepared foods for Thanksgiving—turning to Boston Market for delicious turkey, ham, and favorite side dishes—is taking flight.

Health and Nutrition: The State of the Industry

It’s an oft-cited statistic: One in four Americans eats at a fast-food establishment each day—that’s nearly 79 million consumers, considering the latest national population data from the U.S. Census Bureau. And depending on one’s definition of “fast food,” that number could edge higher for the broader limited-service restaurant industry, which also includes fast casuals.

HALO Awards Honor Chains for Healthy Menu Innovations

Food News Media, publisher of QSR and FSR magazines, announced the winners of the inaugural HALO Awards, which honor restaurant chains that have made meaningful contributions to a healthy, active lifestyle for consumers.

Salt Reduction Gets Fair Shake

Operators take “stealth health” approach to cutting sodium levels.
Quick service restaurants lower sodium levels to offer healthy menu options.
Boston Market's chicken and stuffing now has 20 percent less sodium, while the mashed potatoes have 26 percent less.

As the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) finalizes guidelines for the restaurant industry to voluntarily reduce sodium levels on menus, some limited-service restaurants are already using a “stealth health” approach to sodium removal, choosing to keep the effort mostly under wraps.

Boston Market Enters Burger Wars with BLT Chicken Burger

As the better-burger competition heats up, Boston Market is entering the fray, but with a signature twist. The fast-casual restaurant chain, known for its rotisserie chicken, announced the launch of its BLT Rotisserie Chicken Burger, a limited-time offering available in all of its 459 restaurants through August 24.

Courting Calorie Counters

The nutritional value of limited-service restaurant food has been the topic of debate among consumers, critics, and operators for some time. Growing concerns over Americans’ high obesity levels have only heightened the debate, leading some observers to encourage increased governmental regulation of food, others to urge more focus on informed, unforced choice.

Much of the talk has been about calories, because consuming too many of those without accompanying exercise results in additional pounds.

Boston Market Announces Tax Day Deal

Tax season can be a stressful time, even for those expecting a healthy refund. This year, Boston Market is committed to providing taxpayers a great value on tax day. The fast-casual restaurant chain is offering a “Tax Day Deal Chicken Meal” on April 15, when all guests can receive two half-chicken individual meals for just $10.40.