Leading nutritionists debate 'clean-eating' craze

Leading nutritionists debate 'clean-eating' craze

In this special report, What America Eats, NRN examines what diners’ changing relationship with food means for foodservice supply, menu, marketing and operations, and what restaurants can do about it.

Americans’ definitions of health and wellness have evolved. Consumers have shown an increasing interest in eating food with “clean” labels, and a number of large restaurant chains have responded with plans to remove artificial colors, flavors and other items.

Nation’s Restaurant News asked two eminent nutritionists, Marion Nestle of New York University, Food Studies and Public Health, and Walte

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