Restaurants are offering pork more frequently on their menus, new research from Technomic finds. Over the past year, menu mentions of pork have increased by 7 percent, according to the foodservice consulting group’s MenuMonitor database. The meat is being featured in appetizers, entrees and side dishes. "Restaurants are using pork more often in main dishes and as an accompanying ingredient in menu items for various reasons," Bernadette Noone, director, Technomic MenuMonitor, ...
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