Health & Wellness

Health & Wellness

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How Quickly Rats Can Breed is Terrifying

2017-04-20 This probably isn’t a question you’ve asked yourself lately, but perhaps that should change.

Mixt Introduces Market Plates at New San Francisco Store

2017-04-13 Known for igniting the fast-casual salad restaurant category, California’s Mixt is expanding with its ninth location opening on Wednesday, April 19 at...

Papa John's Menu Takes an Organic Step

2017-04-04 Papa John’s latest stop on its “clean label journey” began with some good, old fashioned advertising.

AllerTrain Announces 2017 Food Allergy Awards

2017-03-28 AllerTrain by MenuTrinfo, a leading food allergy and gluten-free training program, will recognize outstanding leaders in the foodservice industry thro...

Chipotle Hits Big Milestone in Clean-Label Initiative

2017-03-28 Chipotle Mexican Grill announced that it has become the only national restaurant brand with no added colors, flavors, or preservatives in any of the i...

Farmer Boys Completes Cage-Free Egg Transition

2017-03-07 Farmer Boys Restaurants, the brand known for cooked-to-order breakfast, burgers and more, announced it completed its transition to cage-free Californi...

Dunkin’ Donuts, Baskin-Robbins to Remove Artificial Colors

2017-03-02 Dunkin’ Brands Group, Inc., the parent company of Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins, announced plans to remove artificial colors from its products in ...

Boston Market Commits to Antibiotic-Free Chicken

2017-03-01 Boston Market announced the company's commitment to source and serve 100 percent antibiotic-free rotisserie chicken to its guests.

Slapfish Creator Introduces Two New Concepts

2017-02-24 Chef Andrew Gruel, television personality and founder of Slapfish Restaurant Group, announces the launch of Two Birds and Butterleaf, two new exciting...

Wendy's to Use Smaller Chickens to Boost Quality

2017-02-14 Wendy's is further enhancing the flavor and tenderness of its chicken by partnering with its suppliers to use 20 percent smaller birds—far surpassing ...

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