As even the quick-service burger giants offer healthful menu items these days, it’s harder for restaurants to stand out from the crowd with foods that will excite the growing numbers of health-conscious customers. Many restaurants have started sprinkling their menus with more superfoods, that broad category of items with unusually high levels of antioxidants, protein, probiotics, omega-3 oils or other nutritious components. Now as familiar superfoods continue to gain traction at ...
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