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quinoa

No wonder quinoa is one of today’s hottest superfoods. It’s rich in nutrients, cooks in a jiffy, and makes a versatile ingredient for delicious salads, sides and more.

Sandwich on cutting board with bacon, lettuce and tomato

The best sandwiches start with great bread. Now it’s easier than ever to make scrumptious sandwiches at home, with new Panera at Home Sliced Breads, inspired by bakery-cafe favorites.

Three new dressings. Infinite possibilities.

With summer in full swing, salad season is at its peak. So it’s the perfect time to give our three new dressing varieties a try. Each one is 100% clean, with no artificial preservatives, sweeteners, flavors or colors from artificial source.

meals

Panera at Home is all about supporting and inspiring busy home cooks with new, time-saving ways to get delicious meals on the table without skimping on the goodness.

frozen bread

Don’t let that day-old baguette or extra loaf go to waste. Here are some fun and easy ideas for turning leftover bread into simply delicious meals.

Autumn Squash Casserole on plate

Don’t let leftovers languish—with these simple ideas, your Thanksgiving can keep giving…and giving.

berry avocado

What’s on your plate? Earlier this year, the United States Department of Agriculture updated its Dietary Guidelines for Americans – with a revised take on which foods we should feature on our plate every day. 

sliced bread

Shopping once a week saves time, but how do you keep produce fresh till you’re ready to use it? These simple storage tips will help you keep food fresh longer—and ensure the best flavor.  

Asian Sesame Power Salad on a plate

Superfoods give you an automatic nutrient boost—and also pack a lot of flavor. Here are some simple tips for working them into colorful salads and quick and delicious meals.

Fuji Apple Quinoa Salad on a plate with fork

As a new year takes off, there’s no better time to rethink mealtime and try new combinations. Hit restart with these ideas for good-for-you meals—and fresh takes on old favorites.