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Whole Foods Experiments With Traditional Salvadoran Masa-Based Dish

May 3, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Whole Foods Market announced it is adding a traditional Salvadoran dish to its food truck test kitchen in Austin, Texas. Pupusas are thick, handmade cornmeal tortillas stuffed with cheeses and topped with meats and/or vegetables. The new Whole Foods menu includes vegetarian and vegan choices, plus cinnamon churros, grilled corn salad and plantain chips. Whole Foods culinary and prepared foods teams use the test kitchen to experiment with new ideas for store eateries, and to explore collaborations with chefs and supplier partners.
"Whole Foods Market food truck test kitchen in Austin announces pupusas as next menu feature", News release, Whole Foods Market, May 03, 2016, © Whole Foods Market
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