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Restaurant owners given a lesson on healthy eating

PUBLISHED: 15:00 13 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:14 05 October 2010

RESTAURANT owners were being given tips on how to get healthy at a workshop this week. A range of cafés and restaurants in Tower Hamlets, including Mudchute Kitchen in Mudchute Farm and Dockmasters Restaurant in West India Quay were being given a lesson

RESTAURANT owners were being given tips on how to get healthy at a workshop this week.

A range of cafés and restaurants in Tower Hamlets, including Mudchute Kitchen in Mudchute Farm and Dockmasters Restaurant in West India Quay were being given a lesson by the borough's top nutritionists and dieticians on how to make their menus healthier.

The workshop on Tuesday was the second in a series of four being organised by the Town Hall as part of the Tower Hamlets Healthy Borough Programme which aims to ensure everyone keeps to a healthy weight.

And businesses are being encouraged to go healthier through the council's health award scheme where they are recognised for the changes they make to their menus.

Owners of the Mosala Hut in Bethnal Green, Simply Delicious in Old Ford Rd, G Kelly and Chicchis both in Bow and the Richmix in Bethnal Green all attended the workshop.

Two more workshops are scheduled for January 29 and March 31.


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