The new items are part of the hotel chain's plan to move toward offering more healthful, sustainable food
Hyatt Corp. on Tuesday began offering new kids' menu options that are part of a comprehensive plan to move toward offering more healthful and sustainable foodservice options throughout the chain’s hotel properties. The Chicago-based hotel chain’s new initiative, dubbed “Food. Thoughtfully Sourced. Carefully Served,” includes ambitious mandates that take step-by-step shifts toward the use of all-natural meats, cage-free eggs and sustainable seafood throughout roughly ...
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