Archive for August 8, 2018

Four Reasons Why Mexican Food Is Good For Your Health

Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Event menu ideas, Taco catering los angeles, Tacos

If there’s one type of ethic cuisine Americans love to eat, it’s Mexican food. One out of every 10 restaurants in the United States sells Mexican food, making it the most popular style of international cuisine in the country. In fact, there are nearly 60,000 Mexican restaurants dispersed across the American landscape.
Need further proof of the popularity of Mexican food in the United States? The invention of Tex-Mex (which occurred in the 1940s) is one good example of integration of American and Mexican culture and fusion of food. Furthermore, tortillas have been outselling hot dog buns since 2010 and salsa has become the top condiment nationwide, surpassing even ketchup and mayo.
Americans are chowing down on Mexican food at home. Mexican food continues to be the most popular ethnic food segment in the United States with a 42 percent share of ethnic food sales. Additionally, more than 70 percent of American households use Mexican food and ingredients.
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Which One is Better Coffee or Tea?

Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Hospitality supplies, Hotel beverage supplies, Office coffee supplies

Both coffee and tea have been enjoyed by human beings for a long time. Both coffee and tea have demonstrable health benefits, and although both have gone through periods in which they were vilified for causing health problems, in the end we’re finding out that our ancestors were wise to cultivate and enjoy coffee and tea. Whether you’re enjoying a coffee service at the office or specialty tea in the comfort of your own home, here’s the lowdown on which drink is the best choice.

Perk Up Your Brain: Coffee

When it comes to getting you awake and thinking, especially at work, coffee is definitely the right choice. Nearly half of all workers in the United States report that coffee helps them to stay productive when they’re at work. Other studies have shown that drinking 200 mg of caffeine, which is easy to get in single cup office coffee but more difficult to get in tea, helps a person to identify words and phras