MAD Greens is riding a ldquotidal waverdquo of changes in consumer preferences which demand fresh ingredients and information about their source

MAD Greens is riding a “tidal wave” of changes in consumer preferences, which demand fresh ingredients and information about their source.

Supply chain catches up with changing consumer tastes

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 Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. was forced to go without pork in some restaurants this year, some saw it as a clear sign that America’s food suppliers are not keeping up with the pace of change.

Chipotle, with its emphasis on meat raised without hormones or antibiotics, had suspended a supplier that was not meeting the chain’s animal welfare standards. No other source was immediately available, and the chain took a hit in sales by refusing to compromise by serving c

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