Whole Grain Tortillas Are Now Available at Moe’s

ATLANTA, Ga. (January 12, 2010) With a fully customizable menu and 25 fresh ingredients to choose from, Moe’s prides itself on the ability to meet a variety of dietary needs and flavor preferences. The new Whole Grain tortilla offers a fresh, nutritious alternative to Moe’s flour tortillas for Moe’s guests seeking a healthier alternative.

Available for quesadillas, burritos, junior burritos and salad bowls, the whole grain tortilla offers vital nutrients including antioxidants, B vitamins, fiber, healthy fats and proteins.

“We tested a variety of tortillas, but decided on whole grain because of the great taste and nutritional benefits,” explains Dan Barash, director of R&D for Moe’s Southwest Grill. “Whole grains provide the rich balance of nutrients that are found in the original grain seed.”

The whole grain tortilla joins a variety of unique ingredients such as tofu, grilled vegetables, chopped cucumber, fresh jalapenos, house-made guacamole and pico de gallo, to name a few, that make dining easy for vegetarians and vegans alike as well.

“At Moe’s we follow the necessary guidelines for vegetarians, such as cooking our veggies on a separate grill and serving cheese and sour cream that is free of gelatin and animal rennet,” says Barash. “The population living the vegetarian and vegan lifestyle is growing, as is the population of people looking for healthy options at chain restaurants. I’m proud to say that Moe’s has been happily serving these groups since day one. The whole grain tortilla takes our healthy offerings to the next level.”

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2 Responses

  1. What is the nutritional info on the whole wheat?

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