Restaurant owners given a lesson on healthy eating
RESTAURANT owners were being given tips on how to get healthy at a workshop this week. A range of caf�s 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 caf�s 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.
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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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