Food alternatives are becoming more common, and the Restaurant News Resources lists five different ways eateries are becoming more accommodating. For vegetarians, there are new plant based imitation meat dishes, and for those who must eat gluten free, there are progresses made with any bread products. For vegans, there are panko based “breadcrumbs” and for those who are looking for fun nutritional options, beets are becoming more popular and there are sparkling teas that offer a caffeine boost without the cash.
- Alternate food options are becoming more prevalent in dining out.
- Particular emphasis are being placed on vegan and vegetarian diets.
- Healthy eating in general is something the younger generation is leaning towards.
“This root vegetable with superfood powers is making inroads, especially with millennial consumers. Used in everything, from lattes to smoothies to salsa, manufacturer Love Beets says the veggie promotes heart health, prenatal care and exercise performance, giving it universal appeal. It’s also USDA certified organic, non-GMO and kosher.”