Healthy eating when dining out is top of mind for today’s consumers. Whether they visit a restaurant, a corporate cafeteria or a university dining hall, research shows that consumers are increasingly interested in healthy fare. While “healthy” means different things to different consumers, for many it means foods that are local, natural or sustainable. But these healthy foods can’t lack great taste. For today’s consumers, it’s all about keeping ...
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