Industry News | January 5, 2015

McAlister’s Lite Choose Two Menu Offers 250-Plus Options

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McAlister's Deli announced that its “Lite Choose Two” menu now offers more than 250 options under 600 calories to help guests kick off their New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier now and throughout the year. The menu features a variety of low-calorie sandwiches, spuds, salads, and soups, including McAlister’s new Tomato Bisque.

McAlister’s “Lite Choose Two” menu pairs existing menu items for quick, easy, and lighter dining decisions. Calorie counts are listed next to each of the pairings, which include:

·      Savannah Chopped Salad & Fire Roasted Vegetable Soup (330 calories)

·      Turkey Melt & Tomato Bisque (430 calories)

·      The New Yorker™ & Fire Roasted Vegetable Soup (430 calories)

·      Garden Salad & Cheese Spud (580 calories)

·      McAlister’s Chef Salad & Fire Roasted Vegetable Soup (350 calories)

·      Veggie Club & Tomato Bisque (440 calories)

·      Smokey Pepper Jack Turkey & Fire Roasted Vegetable Soup (460 calories)

·      McAlister’s Club & Veggie Chili (560 calories)

·      Reuben & Fire Roasted Vegetable Soup (450 calories)

·      Sweet Chipotle Chicken Griller & Veggie Chili (490 calories)

·      Chef Salad & Broccoli Cheddar Soup (540 calories)

·      Cheese Spud & Veggie Chili (550 calories)

·      Orange Cranberry Club & Garden Salad (560 calories)

·      Justaspud & Broccoli Cheddar Soup (580)

“With the help of our ‘Lite Choose Two’ menu, guests can have many of their McAlister’s favorite flavors while sticking to their New Year’s resolutions,” says McAlister’s Deli vice president of global marketing Donna Josephson. “The lower-calorie combinations make it easier for our health-conscious consumers to eat lighter not only during resolution season but throughout the year. We think guests will be thrilled to see the new additions to our lighter-fare menu this year, including Tomato Bisque Soup.”

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