The great divide: Healthful vs. indulgent menu items

The great divide: Healthful vs. indulgent menu items

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.

When consumers are looking to indulge, a bit of an indulgence can go a long way.

“They really are in the mindset that moderation and occasional indulgences are a good thing as long as it fits their personal approach to health and wellness — so they’re aspiring to an ideal lifestyle that involves them eating healthfully most of the time, indulging on occasion and being overall happy and healthy,” said Kelly Weikel, director of consumer insights for Technomic Inc.

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