The grassfed beef 55 burger at the Rusty Spoon Orlando satisfies a shift toward grassfed beef and other alternative burger proteins

The grass-fed beef 55 burger at the Rusty Spoon, Orlando, satisfies a shift toward grass-fed beef and other alternative burger proteins.

Millennials seeking alternatives to traditional burgers

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Recent research from Mintel shows that three in five (62 percent) consumers say that they love burgers. But that love, especially among millennials, increasingly extends beyond the traditional definition of a burger.

According to Mintel’s “The State of the Burger U.S. 2016” report, nearly half of consumers (46 percent) would like to see more chicken burgers on menus, while more than two in five (42 percent) would prefer more turkey burgers. Another third (34 percen

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