Calorie labelling

BHA report: FSM companies take big steps to improve public health

FSM companies have been praised for making meals eaten out-of-home healhier. Photo: Thinkstock/istock/studioportosabbia

Food Service Management (FSM) companies are leading the way in offering healthier meals outside of the home, a report by the British Hospitality Association (BHA) has shown. 

Obesity costs the NHS an estimated £776m a year

Experts call for restaurant measures to tackle obesity

Attention to detail: Customers with dietary requirements, allergies and food intollerances are impacting the day-to-day work of restaurants across the country

Dietary requirements: Catering for customers with allergies and intolerances

The new kids meals will be available in half of Fuller's pubs and will be served with interactive place-mats

Fuller’s launches healthier kids menu

Pizza Express was awarded for its new Leggera pizza range earlier this year, but our restaurant chains doing enough?

Tackling obesity: Should restaurants be doing more?

The overall aim is to reduce the amount of salt consumed in catering establishments to the government target of six grams per day

Caterers sign up to BHA’s salt reduction pledge

Compass will reduce the calorie content of over 5000 of its recipes by up to 10 per cent

Compass joins suppliers and businesses by cutting calories for Responsibility Deal pledge

The government wants to reduce the salt in food served up to the public

Compass cuts salt sachet contents by 25%

The British Hospitality Association's John Dyson gives his top tips for calorie labelling

How to introduce calorie labelling in your restaurant: Top tips from John Dyson of the BHA

Fifty-six per cent said that pizza was healthy if topped with certain vegetables or fruits, while over 20 per cent thought that pizza was ‘fairly healthy’, regardless of toppings

Customer survey reignites calorie labelling debate

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