Health-conscious Millennials are driving such food and beverage trends as whole grains, high-protein items, avocados, green tea, flavored vodkas and sweet wines, MUFSO panelists said. In her annual State of the Plate address, menu trends expert Nancy Kruse noted that healthful restaurant items tout nutritious ingredients — fruits, vegetables, and grains — rather than noting reduced fat, calories or sodium. Those characteristics were on display on the floor of the Supplier ...

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