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Sodexo Challenges Diners on College Campuses to Go Trayless and Go Green

Not using a tray saves water and energy; reduces food waste GAITHERSBURG, Md., April 21 /PRNewswire/ -- On Earth Day, students on 300 college campuses served by Sodexo will line up to get their meals in a new way -- without using a plastic tray. The move was introduced by Sodexo as part ...

Online Resource Keeps Restaurant Diners on Track After New Year's Hype Subsides

SAN DIEGO, Jan. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Calorie-conscious, health-minded Americans who love to eat out have a new ally to support them in following through with New Year's resolutions. HealthyDiningFinder.com, provides access to nutrition information about healthier choices at a growing number of re...

Consumption of under-cooked snails cause meningitis among Chinese diners

Nearly 50 people have been taken ill with a type of meningitis, after they ate undercooked Amazonian snails in Chinese restaurants. This has also rendered five people// seriously ill in different hospitals in China. Researchers have disclosed, that a single Amazonian snail carries nearly 3,0...

In New York City, Trans Fat Ban Is Working

...o one noticed the difference," Silver said. "Foods tasted just as good, and diners are healthier." Trans fats were often used, she said, because they last ...sterol levels and lower good cholesterol levels. Restaurants' fears that diners would protest or the ban would affect business didn't happen, Silver said, ...

Dining Out With Food Allergies

...e director of the American Celiac Disease Alliance, says consumers are now highly empowered to take control of their diets, even when dining out. diners with food allergies and other crucial health needs must be smart consumers. Ms. Levario, on UNO's behalf, offers the following tips to help consumers...

Belmont University Graduate Launches Healthy Soul Food Restaurant on Nashville's Historic Jefferson Street

...be health conscious, I decided to open JEFFERSONS, with an entirely new menu emphasizing healthy ingredients to meet current goals of health conscious diners while still maintaining the great flavor of delicious soul food," says Charles Bright, Graduate Belmont University and Owner of JEFFERSONS. Wit...

Uno Chicago Grill(R) Partners With American Celiac Disease Alliance to Raise Money During Celiac Awareness Month in May

...items with ingredients that are linked to the most common food allergies, such as fish/shellfish, soy, tree nuts/peanuts, egg, milk and wheat/gluten. diners can also preview the menu and nutritional information online via the company's website at www.unos.com . The company has invested more than $...

Try Your Luck with 'Scratch & Win with Uno Chicago Grill'!

...ters when they dine at participating Uno Chicago Grill locations in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut and Vermont on May 23rd and 24th. diners must present a Dough Rai$er voucher to have proceeds from their bill donated. Vouchers are available when donating blood or by visiting www.unos.com...

Renowned Chef and Health and Wellness Advocate Writes Book of Recipes for Juicing Raw Fruits and Vegetables

.... As she explains, "When people are well, they are happy. When they are happy, they are at peace. If the world eats well, the world will be at peace." diners at A Phiner Bistro know that Dike-Jelden's talents are a God-given gift and that she lovingly customizes her menu to meet the needs of her customers. ...

Uno Chicago Grill(R) Rolls Out Gluten-Free Pizza Nationally

... items with ingredients that are linked to the most common food allergies, such as fish/shellfish, soy, tree nuts/peanuts, egg, milk and wheat/gluten. diners can also preview the menu and nutritional information online via the company's website at http://www.unos.com . CONTACT: Elliott Sube...
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Coral reefs will be permanently damaged without urgent action

...rrotfish need to be protected. Parrotfish are frequently caught in fish traps that are widely used in the Caribbean, with many ending up on restaurant diners plates. Professor Peter Mumby continued: The good news is that we can take practical steps to protect parrotfish and help reef regeneration. We rec...

Give thanks for the cranberry, say dental researchers

... Smith, Ph.D., and dental researcher William Bowen, D.D.S., Ph.D. As Thanksgiving approaches, Koo said that only cranberry juice is under study, so diners shouldn't reach for the cranberry sauce just to stop the tooth decay brought on by carbohydrate-laden foods like mashed potatoes, rolls, and pumpkin p...

Gene sequencing explains bioremediation 'bug'

...rmes should help reveal some secrets of this process, the researchers say. "The immune system takes an approach to protein building similar to that of diners creating a meal at a cafeteria, but how the immune system's 'a la carte' process happens is still murky," says Craig. But the a la carte approach prov...

New therapy for HIV/AIDS eliminates needles and excessive toxicity

...rmes should help reveal some secrets of this process, the researchers say. "The immune system takes an approach to protein building similar to that of diners creating a meal at a cafeteria, but how the immune system's 'a la carte' process happens is still murky," says Craig. But the a la carte approach prov...

UCSD Discovery Shows How Embryonic Stem Cells Perform 'Quality Control' Inspections

...rmes should help reveal some secrets of this process, the researchers say. "The immune system takes an approach to protein building similar to that of diners creating a meal at a cafeteria, but how the immune system's 'a la carte' process happens is still murky," says Craig. But the a la carte approach prov...

Jumping gene helps explain immune system's abilities

...rmes should help reveal some secrets of this process, the researchers say. "The immune system takes an approach to protein building similar to that of diners creating a meal at a cafeteria, but how the immune system's 'a la carte' process happens is still murky," says Craig. But the a la carte approach prov...
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Is Google's cafeteria a competitive weapon?

...an gratifying, belly-busting than brain-building. Indeed, one suspects that most in-house eating establishments are deliberately designed to encourage diners to grab a quick bite and return to work. One poll by career website Vault.com found that one in four workers skip lunch breaks daily and quickly eat a...

Tommy Thompson's Iowa strategy isn't far-fetched

...etings every fourth January have a record of supporting presidential underdogs, of being drawn to "folksy" candidates who campaign best in Main Street diners and family kitchens, and favoring candidates who know how to speak to farm-state voters. Better yet for Thompson, it's not an especially expensive ...
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