It’s February, and even though most of us have abandoned our resolution to adopt healthier eating habits, the long-term outlook suggests that Americans are actually moving in that direction. Three stories this week — a study showing that calorie bombs have declined in popularity, a movement toward smaller portions and a discussion about what exactly “fresh” means today — stand as evidence that dining patterns are evolving. And speaking of evolution, Gordon ...
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