Remember when "health" and "diet" were considered dirty words in restaurants? When good-for-you foods were a few items hidden on a remote corner of the menu that consumers rarely ordered? Those days, it seems, are over. Today, health, or at least the current definition of it, is all the rage. According to new data from market research firm The NPD Group, over the last decade consumers have been eating more better-for-you foods even as they continue to crave familiar favorites, such as ...

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