CHICAGO — Based on the dishes showing up in retail delis and food-service departments, retailers seem to be responding more quickly to the latest trends in restaurants, a researcher from Mintel noted. Today's restaurant menus are expected to feature new Latin American flavors and foods, Mintel's latest research showed. Items once considered exotic, such as Peruvian blue potatoes and new varieties of fruit that are high in antioxidants, are now showing up on menus in fine dining ...

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