Two MA hospitals commit to sustainable foods

March 2007
FoodService Director;3/15/2007, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p12
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The article reports that Fairview Hospital in Great Barrington and Cooley Dickinson in Northampton, both in Massachusetts, have joined the Health Care Without Harm movement, which is dedicated to encouraging hospitals to serve healthful food that is locally sourced and sustainable. The hospitals are the first Massachusetts hospitals to sign the Healthy Food in Healthcare pledge. Both hospitals already have taken steps to make their patient and cafeteria menus more healthful.


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