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Meeting travelers don’t have to put their diets on hold, as properties step up to the plate with good-for-you catering options.
By Sara Perez Webber
Red quinoa with edamame beans and sweet peppers. Kale smoothie with cocoa nibs, goji berries, yogurt and honey. If these aren’t the type of menu items you think of when you think “hotel meeting catering,” think again.