As consumers make efforts to become more health-conscious when it comes to their dining-out choices, restaurants are adding more so-called “superfoods” to their menus. “Americans are becoming very savvy about nutrition and its power on performance and well-being,” said Anita Jones-Mueller, president and founder of Healthy Dining, which specializes in restaurant nutrition. “More and more people want to feel good, look good and be at their best. And they know ...
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