Many restaurant chains plan to order more low-calorie, gluten-free and locally sourced products this year, according to the third menu price survey by supply chain cooperative SpenDifference. More than half of the 48 chains that responded to the survey said they plan to increase the number of low-calorie or light options they offer this year. The majority also said they plan to increase gluten-free offerings, SpenDifference said. The survey marked the first time SpenDifference asked ...

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