Healthful kids’ offerings are increasingly becoming the focus of many operators, chefs and suppliers who are responding to initiatives from the White House, the National Restaurant Association and, most importantly, their customers. “The business case is there, and I don’t know if it was a few years back,” Sue Hensley, the NRA’s senior vice president of public affairs and communications, told attendees at an NRA Show panel on how to make restaurants more ...
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