WILMINGTON, Del. — Chefs and culinary executives from chain restaurants, supermarkets, hotels and volume foodservice operations met with key members of the fruit and vegetable industry recently to create over 15 new healthy dishes for the fourth annual Produce First! American Menus Initiative. The collaboration between Produce for Better Health Foundation and The Culinary Institute of America aims to increase the number of dishes featuring fruits and vegetables on restaurant menus. It was ...

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