Chick-fil-A Removing Dye and Corn Syrup From Menu

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They're changing the peanut oil, too. Photo: Chick-fil-A

As part of a company-wide move toward serving healthier food, the Atlanta-based fast-food chain has taken high-fructose corn syrup out of its buns in about 200 of 1,700 locations, and will begin serving chicken soup made without yellow food dye and dressings made without HFCS. "More and more these days, we've become a kind of food culture. People seem to care a lot more about what's in it, how it's made and where did it come from," an executive tells the AP. [AP/NBC]