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One industry insider claims grass-fed labels are bringing in customers, more than non-GMO labels.
New nutritional policies offer a great opportunity for restaurants to partner with schools to deliver healthy menu options for students.
Consumers sometimes say one thing, but do another when it comes to healthful choices. This conflict affects their food choices and translates into complex flavor trends which can be difficult to unravel.
'If you can pronounce the ingredients, it's probably good for you,' said Cynthia Harriman, director at Oldways and The Whole Grain Council.
Kids also want more healthful options from restaurants.
Although it is not the restaurant industry's job to fix the problems associated with childhood obesity, the industry can take steps to ensure children of all socio-economic backgrounds have access to healthy meals.
Have a disclaimer on your menu boards, pamphlets and website that promotes the steps taken to ensure accurate nutritionals.
In China, sales from digital channels are between 70 and 80 percent; and 25 to 30 percent come from mobile.
As Celiac Awareness Month approaches, one industry expert predicts the diet's growth will continue for the next few years.
Restaurants should work with chefs and suppliers to ensure healthier meals, and even include kids in focus groups.
Domino's has joined up with schools across the nation for National School Lunch week October 13 to October 17, 2014.
The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health documented an average decline of about 60 calories in new menu items in 2013, compared to 2012.
Denver-based Modmarket announced an update of its pizza dough now being served at all locations.
A new white paper from Technomic, titled "Better-for-You Chains: Consumer Ratings of Restaurants' Health Offerings," shows that a majority of consumers are unsatisfied with restaurant chain's availability of healthy options. A majority of consumers said it's important for brands, including...
Last week, menu analyst Nancy Kruse said one of the hottest marketing buzzwords in the restaurant industry is "skinny." Brands such as Sbarro and Cheesecake Factory have leveraged this trend with their respective Skinny Slice and Skinnylicious offerings. Now it...
A new study by Mintel reveals that 27 percent of American diners prefer to order healthy meals with familiar ingredients.
New research by Reportlinker.com reveals that 90% of adults surveyed consume cheese and prefer natural over processed cheese, according to a press release.
Patxi's Pizza announced its Patxi's Pizza Learning Center at The Buck Institute for Research on Aging in Novato, Calif. The Learning Center comes equipped with microscopes and cell culture for students of all ages and centers on issues of healthy...
Boston's Restaurant & Sports Bar has launched a new kids' program today, which includes a new healthier menu and an interactive mobile app. "The core of our business model is the ability to offer both a sports bar and family-friendly...
Healthy Dining has announced its newest restaurant partner – Naked Pizza. With nine locations in the U.S., Naked Pizza features menu options that meet nutritional criteria set by Healthy Dining's registered dietitians. "Our mission at Naked Pizza is to make one of the most popular fast foods – pizza – more healthful and nutritious.
The Idaho Pizza Company has joined Healthy Dining as a restaurant partner. According to a news release, with 15 locations in Idaho, Idaho Pizza features menu options that meet nutrition criteria created by Healthy Dining's registered dietitians. "There will be...
Oldways and its Whole Grains Council have announced its conference, called Whole Grains: Breaking Barriers, is set for Nov. 9-11, 2014 at the Hyatt Boston Harbor in Boston.
The National Restaurant Association’s Kids LiveWell program is celebrating its three-year anniversary this month. The voluntary program has grown from 19 to 150 participating restaurant brands in that time, representing more than 42,000 locations nationwide.
New research from The NPD Group finds that U.S. consumers are less concerned about their sodium intake than they were a few years ago.
The National Restaurant Association announced that the California Milk Advisory Board has become the first commodity board sponsor of the association’s Kids LiveWell program. “The new partnership between Kids LiveWell and the California Milk Advisory Board offers valuable and exciting...
Get the facts on restaurant nutrition. Consumers are increasingly concerned about healthy lifestyles and you need to know the difference between what they say they want and what they'll actually order.
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