Affordability and simplicity are two themes of the inaugural Mediterranean Food Month
With its focus on olive oil, grains, nuts, vegetables and fish, the Mediterranean diet can be good for both the body — and wallet. So even though the dietary eating pattern has been around for centuries, these health-focused yet recessionary times could bring it more success. “It's a good diet in a bad economy,” said Ron Tanner, vice president for communications and education at the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade, New York. It's affordable because it consists mostly of ...
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