Raw kale salads have been growing in popularity with customers.
Stew Leonard’s Norwalk, Conn., store president Andrew Colton summed it up best when describing a line of store-made salad mixes: “Kale is hot right now.” Kale, along with other dark green leafy vegetables like collards and chard, has enjoyed a surge of popularity beyond natural food stores and beyond the traditional cooked dishes typically associated with such produce. These types of leafy greens resonate with customers won over by their health ...
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