Veggie burgers turn up on more restaurant tables

01/11/2012 | Denver Post, The

Restaurant chefs are getting more innovative when it comes to creating veggie burgers that rival their beefy brothers, driven by a demand from consumers for less meat in their meals. The number of veggie burger menu listings has risen 17% since 2008, according to the National Restaurant Association, and new offerings include burger made with grains, beans and cranberries at Denver's Park Burger.

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