Kids’ menus are in the spotlight these days. Better children’s fare nabbed three of the top 10 spots in the National Restaurant Association’s “What’s Hot in 2013” culinary forecast, with chefs predicting that dishes created for the younger set will focus on health, nutrition and whole grains. Chicago-based research firm Technomic reported that parents lay out a whopping $65 billion annually on food for kids, much of which goes to dining away from home. ...
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