Eateries cater to more health-conscious guests

Resolutions to lose weight and get in shape are once again among the most popular, and food forecasters say this year the demand for healthier fare is likely to stick. Restaurants are responding to consumers by adjusting their menus and increasing transparency about what's on the plate, experts say. "People want to eat without guilt and they'll often pay more to feel good about what they consume. I think chefs and restaurateurs need to pay attention to that," said Ba Restaurant chef and co-owner James Graham.

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