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More Veg Dishes

As the veg lifestyle becomes more popular, many casual dining chains are offering more plant-based menu items.

This spring, vegans will have more options to choose from when dining out at many large chain restaurants. Popular chains such as Moe’s Southwest Grill and Hard Rock Café are adding veg options to their springtime menus, as more and more people participate in Meatless Mondays and the popularity of the plant-based lifestyle continues to rise. Paul Damico, president of Moe’s Southwest Grill, says, “We are seeing people choose one day a week to be a ‘flexitarian,’ or to try options other than a meat protein.” The Atlanta-based restaurant chain’s newly introduced rice bowls generate five percent of sales.

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