MONTEREY, Calif. -- The increasing use of fresh fruits and vegetables as center-of-the-plate menu options reveals how the produce industry is making new headway into an area dominated by beef, poultry and other proteins. of which was financial. As part of the three-day event, a special Culinary Arts Salon featured local chefs who prepared produce versions of their signature protein dishes. Following the preparation phase, the chefs shared a cost analysis of the entree showing how using ...

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