Wendy's Goes Healthy

Italian architect Renzo Piano, left, presents British architect Lord Richard Rogers with his career-achievement Golden Lion award in the Architecture Biennale gardens in Venice, Italy, Sept. 10, 2006.
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It's not just burgers and chili at Wendy's any more.

The fast-food restaurant chain is adding a low-fat, strawberry-flavored yogurt cup with granola to its menu.

Wendy's North America President Tom Mueller says the decision was made based on feedback from customers on the fresh fruit bowl the company started selling earlier this year.

Wendy's and other fast-food restaurants have been expanding their menus in recent years by offer salads and other lower-fat items to attract health-conscious customers.

The 6.85-ounce yogurt with granola will sell for around $1.29.