Flexitarians Unite! Moe’s New Menu Offers Options for Everyone

ATLANTA, GA – March 3, 2011 – Moe’s Southwest Grill, the fun, engaging and fast-casual restaurant, is here for all who can’t commit to one diet – in fact, Moe’s celebrates your individual choices everyday of the week!

With 47 percent of Americans trying to reduce meat consumption, Moe’s newly personalized menu features delicious and healthy choices for the flexitarian in all of us. You know who you are – sometimes you insist on a totally meat-free lifestyle, other days you exercise your right to eat it all.  Most of the time, however, it’s still about healthy eating without ever sacrificing taste.

 

Moe’s has everyone covered from meat-lovers to vegetarians with tacos, burritos, fajitas, nachos, rice bowls and salads that can easily include marinated organic tofu or all-natural, cage- and hormone-free chicken, grass-fed sirloin steak and grain-fed slow-cooked pulled pork that’s hormone- and steroid-free.

For everyone, choose from more than 20 fresh ingredients, and rest easy knowing there’s never animal fat, lard, trans fat or MSG in any of Moe’s ingredients! And, in case you’re wondering, the shredded cheese and sour cream are free of gelatin and animal rennet, and the grilled onions, peppers and mushrooms are prepared on a totally separate grill from the meat.

Don’t forget Moe’s Meatless Mondays so you can feel right at home as a vegetarian or have fun practicing for a day.

For friends and family with dietary needs of all kinds – including gluten-free and low-cal – there are plenty of options for everyone!  Check out all menu options at www.moes.com, and be careful not to drool all over the keyboard!

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