Burrito chains benefit as Mexican flavors go mainstream

04/17/2012 | Huffington Post, The

The rise of U.S. burrito chains may spark debate about the lack of Mexican-American leaders in the business, but there's no question that the cuisine's popularity is rapidly rising. "With the ever-growing Mexican-American population, authentic ingredients become more readily available and used in a wider variety of restaurants, and the knowledge of these flavors trickles through to the mainstream population," says Qdoba head chef Ted Stoner.

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