Locally grown isn't the only hot produce trend in restaurants lately. Chefs are finding a variety of exciting new ways to incorporate fruits and vegetables into their menus, sources told SN. Ethnic cuisines are gaining visibility and popularity According to Robert Danhi, consulting chef for the Produce Marketing Association, the vibrant flavors of lesser-known Asian countries, such as produce-centric Vietnam, that showcase various herbs are among some popular new flavors emerging. ...

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