National parks cater to health-minded tourists

06/5/2013 | USA Today

The National Park Service will require all of the restaurants and shops at its parks, which feed about 23 million people per year, to offer healthy dining options this summer, with menus including lentil soup, black bean sliders and fish tacos. Several parks are ahead of the game, including Yellowstone National Park, which uses locally grown lentils and peas, and makes hot dogs with bison and burgers with grass-fed beef.

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