At Qdoba Mexican Grill, itâ€™s healthy to go nakedâ€”but thatâ€™s not an invitation for customers to doff their garments. In Qdoba parlance, â€śnakedâ€ť refers to menu items served without tortillas. Last year, Qdoba earned a â€śSmart Mealâ€ť seal from the state of Colorado for four of its â€śnakedâ€ť dishes, and this year those dishes are winners of a 2009 MenuMasters award in the â€śHealthful Innovationsâ€ť category. The dishes are popular with customers, too. Ted Stoner, Qdobaâ€™s director of ...
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