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Canned Food Takes On A Whole New Meaning In N.Y. Take-Out Eateries

August 22, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Convenience-loving takeout customers in New York City used to getting meals in paper bags may find a new packaging trend a bit “jarring.” Take-out eateries all over the city are serving layered meals – turmeric quinoa, honey-mustard beets, vegan chia pudding, etc. – in clear, screw-top jars. Lower East Side eatery Fat Radish, for example, offers a Soba jar that stacks pickled cucumbers, tamari-flavored mushrooms and tahini-roasted broccoli on top of protein-packed noodles. The jars provide an eye-catching – check out Instagram for proof – and simple veggie-and-fruit delivery system. "You enjoy the natural beauty of food and benefit from its nutrition," says one food science professor.  [Image Credit: © Tyme Food ]
Hannah Sparks, "Fast Food in Jars is the Latest Lunch Craze", New York Post, August 22, 2017, © NYP HOLDINGS, INC.
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