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Hilton Orlando’s Breakfast Banana Split

Meeting attendees are shaking up last year’s healthy food & beverage trends with new demand for a mix of naughty and nice options. Here are five creations that hotels across the U.S. can provide groups looking for innovative F&B alternatives.

Make-Your-Own Mason Jar Salad:

At the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, attendees can meet at the Well & Being Spa to compete in the Mason Jar Challenge. Nutritionists will offer guidance and share healthy tricks as attendees try to make the most colorful, nutrient-packed Mason jar salad.

Edible Herb Wall:

An indoor herb wall and vegetable garden at both Waldorf Astoria Orlando and Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek allow attendees to pick produce to make their own healthy, seasonal meals.

Banana Splits for Breakfast:

At Hilton Orlando, meeting attendees can create their own version of the classic banana split dessert by combining jams, fruit and granola with three scoops of fresh Greek yogurt for an innovative breakfast.

Adult Lunch Box:

The Amway Grand PlazaJW Marriott Grand Rapids and The Courtyard Grand Rapids Downtown offer meeting attendees their own version of the lunch box, filled with apples, oranges, bananas, healthy sandwiches options, fiber-filled snacks and antioxidant-enriched beverages.

Westin Fresh by the Juicery:

The Juicery at The Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa offers attendees fresh-pressed juices to help start their day with nutritious options such as carrot, turmeric, cucumber and cilantro orange juices or almond butter, banana and date smoothies.

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