The National Restaurant Association has posted their predictions for the top dining trends of 2014. In the top five is “Healthier Kids Meals.” This may seem simple enough: take away the mac and cheese and fried chicken nuggets, replace it with a plate of veggies and whole grains. But regardless of how nutritious a dish […]
Recently I watched a documentary on Netflix called, “Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead.” The title in and of itself is intriguing, as it so adequately describes half of the general population today. That’s right – nearly 50% of all Americans could be referred to as “Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead.” Are you in that 50%? […]
MenuTrinfo LLC is honored and excited to be accepted for a technical poster presentation at the 36th annual National Nutrient Databank Conference (NNDC). This conference brings the leading nutritional data experts of the USDA together with cutting-edge researchers in nutritional science from academia. The NNDC alternates each year between a one-day summary of ongoing activities […]
Beverage sales are having more impact on restaurants today. Diners are getting tired of water and want something fun to drink when they go out to restaurants. So how can you provide drinks that are fun yet low in food cost? Restaurants that invest thousands of dollars in alcoholic beverages tend to lose more money […]
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Cutting out the salt to make dishes healthier is no new concept. However, cooking with out the salt can be a challenging and daunting task. At MenuTrinfo, we’re always looking for ways to help restaurants have more healthy offerings on their menus. That’s why we compiled this list of 5 quick tips for serving low […]
This week marks the beginning of the most calorie laden time of the year for Americans. As we sit down with our families to feast on turkey, stuffing and all the fixings, many of us already start the plan for how we’ll take off everything we’re packing on. It won’t be long until the leftovers […]
If you’ve spent much time in America, you know the end of November is a holiday we celebrate by giving thanks. We mark this holiday by eating. And eating, and eating…of course, Thanksgiving Day is just the start. There’s holiday parties and snacks, another round of meals around Christmas, more party food leading up to […]