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Friday, August 10, 2007

Healthy grub on the menu at National Parks


A good reason for traveling by RV is that you can cook your own healthy meals. Restaurants are not known for healthy fare. But good news, Xanterra Parks & Resorts, which caters for the major dining spots in Yellowstone and Grand Canyon national parks, has started building its menus around organic or locally grown products. The change has led to an increase in food costs of around two percent, which has resulted in higher menu prices, according to Xanterra.

1 comment:

Randi said...

We just returned from Yellowstone and the food was terrible in the old faithful area. There is a buffet down on the water (yellowstone lake)in Grant Village. The atmosphere is nice and the breakfast buffet was pretty good and reasonable at $7.95. Dinner Buffet was $12.95 and not so great. Pizza/Pasta bar. Sauce bad. Veggies good, pizza was all right.

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