Power foods such as quinoa, kale have received top billing over the past few years both on restaurant menus and at home, but are they really the most popular foods Americans have embraced into their daily diets. “We are eating more meals in our homes, but not cooking more dishes," said Harry Balzer,...

Power foods such as quinoa, kale have received top billing over the past few years both on restaurant menus and at home, but are they really the most popular foods Americans have embraced into their daily diets. “We are eating more meals in our homes, but not cooking more dishes," said Harry Balzer, vice president of The NPD Group and author of the report.

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