This is a special message from the Beef Checkoff Program. Have you noticed that more customers have an eye for lean proteins, abundant vegetables and whole grains on restaurant menus these days? In fact, now that the new dietary guidelines for Americans are out, chefs across the country are helping to improve school lunches and chain restaurant menu labeling regulations are soon to be released, the notion of better-for-you eating is gaining a higher profile. “Society, including the ...

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