Consumers are taking their health-consciousness with them to the dinner table, even to their favorite restaurants. According to the National Restaurant Association's 2005 Industry Forecast, entree-salad orders are showing the biggest increase of all menu items at both full-service and quick-service restaurants. The finding was one of the highlights of this year's report, the NRA noted. Quick-service restaurants report increasing consumer interest in entree salads, and 78% of operators ...
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