Carb cycle (check the nutrition board for details)
Leptin reset (same board has details)
Log your food intake in a nutrition program for a few days and see if there are things that pop out as issues (too much dairy or nuts are common ones)
Realize that the first 30 lbs came off of a body that had a higher maintenance weight - you need less food to maintain 269 than you did to maintain around 300 - so you may have hit equilibrium with your current diet.
Switch things up a bit in terms of carb/protein/fat ratio and number of calories per day - sometimes this gives you the nudge your body needs
Make sure you are well nourished - take any supplements you need to get at least your RDAs for all nutrients - and get extra vitamin D3 2000-4000 IUs
Unless you are eating over a cup of berries a day I wouldn't think that would be a big issue - but charting your eating will tell you that - I like nutritiondata.com for that because it gives a lot of detail.
Check the omega3:6 ratios you are eating - avocados, bacon, fatty chicken and pork and especially nuts are very high in omega 6 which can cause inflammation and stall weight loss.
I hope some of these ideas are helpful