Target replacing café with fresh restaurant options

Everyone remembers the classic department store lunch counter where hot dogs ruled.

Bringmethenews.com reports that retailgiantTarget is launchinga trial at 14 of its stores replacing its caféswith "fast-casual" restaurants that will feature artisan pizza and salads. The Minnesota-based retailer unveils the initiative in October with new food-service purveyors,includingthesalad and soup chain Freshii, Pizza Hut, and Minnesota-basedD’Amico & Sons Italian Kitchen opening eateries intended to replace the traditional Target café. WhilePizza Hut isn't known for prioritizing healthy options, the stores involved in the Target trialwill be customizedsites featuring“artisan" pies.

Read more about how a major American retail leader is embracing the fresh-food movement in a big way..