For years Americans have talked about the importance of eating more healthfully in restaurants, and now it seems as if they’re finally beginning to take their own advice, according to a new study from The NPD Group. The Chicago-based foodservice market research firm said consumers over the past decade have been cutting down on foods that are high in sugar or fat, and shifting more toward items that could be seen as being more nutritious. NPD’s CREST service, which tracks ...
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