Figuring out what kids like to eat that also pleases their parents has long been a challenge for restaurant operators. Parents want healthy fare for their growing offspring, but kids want something fun and tasty. Seafood is one item that can easily fit the bill, but has yet to widely infiltrate kids menus. RELATED • Building supplier relationships for seafood sourcing • Chef Adam Brown discusses seafood sourcing, trends • More seafood ...
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