Fast-casual may prove a good fit for ethnic foods

11/27/2012 | FastCasual.com

American consumers have grown more adventurous and open to trying new ethnic cuisines, although restaurants can walk a fine line when they try to provide dishes that are authentic without being intimidating, writes Food IQ's Cari Price. The solution may be in a fast-casual model that lets guests pick and choose the ingredients.

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