At Qdoba Mexican Grill, it’s healthy to go naked—but that’s not an invitation for customers to doff their garments. In Qdoba parlance, “naked” refers to menu items served without tortillas. Last year, Qdoba earned a “Smart Meal” seal from the state of Colorado for four of its “naked” dishes, and this year those dishes are winners of a 2009 MenuMasters award in the “Healthful Innovations” category. The dishes are popular with customers, too. Ted Stoner, Qdoba’s director of ...
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