Salads can be a harder sell in the winter months, when consumers may crave hearty, warm dishes. But at the same time, many consumers also prioritize their health in this first part of the new year. You can tick both boxes by making some tweaks to your salad menu. Weaving in some whole grains – or even using them as the foundation of some salad options – can help you offer more satisfying salads that deliver key nutrients as effectively as produce-packed salad choices. Grains can also be a reliable winter warmer, so try bringing some additional dimension to your menu with warm, grains-based salad options.