According to everyone from nutritionists to weightlifters to life extension fanatics to hypochondriacs, superfoods are the best things people can put into their bodies. But taste and texture issues make it difficult for restaurants to feature superfoods as ingredients. A handful of independents have been working on a solution, but now 100-unit First Watch is taking a crack at selling superfood-based items in a casual dining setting. Operators already know there’s ...

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