Salad Bar

A salad bar is a buffet-style table or counter at a restaurant or food market on which salad components are provided for customers to assemble their own salad plates. Most salad bars provide lettuce, chopped tomatoes, assorted raw, sliced vegetables (such as cucumbers, carrots, celery and green or red bell peppers), dried bread croutons, bacon bits, shredded cheese, and various types of salad dressing. Some salad bars also have additional food items such as cooked cold meats (e.g., chicken and ham), cooked beans (e.g., chick peas or kidney beans), deviled eggs, cold pasta salads, corn chips, bread rolls, soup, and fresh cut fruit slices.

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Sizzler - Food Safety
... In 2006, all 28 Sizzler restaurants across Australia suspended salad bar service after rat poison was found in two of their Brisbane restaurants ... to other food items occurred when Sizzler employees handled the meat near areas where salad bar items were prepared ... In the 1993 case, as in 2000, the tainted meat apparently came from Excel, and contaminated salad bar items ...
Types of Salad Bars
... Customers pay for either "all-you-can-eat" salad bar, a single serving, or by weight ... Many supermarkets also include a salad bar (at which customers pay for by weight) in the produce or delicatessen section ...
Burger King Products - Nutrition
... One of the company's first forays into healthier products was in 1983 with introduction of its salad bar ... The salad bar met with light to moderate success, but the company's franchise holders complained of high operating costs and a poor return on investment ... Part of the product, a pita salad, was quickly dropped from the salad bar, as were plans to use the bar unit to boost breakfast sales ...

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