West Coast hospitals push `fat & skinny facts'

April 1999
FoodService Director;04/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p6
Trade Publication
Deals with the marketing efforts of hospitals in the United States in promoting food service program designed to make consumers more nutrition savvy. Details on the program theme `The Fat and Skinny Facts of Restaurant Dining'; Information on the calorie and fat content of a typical restaurant meal.


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