Kaiser Permanente Commits to Offering Healthier Food Options

Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente announced it has signed a commitment with the Partnership for a Healthier America to improve food offerings in its 37 hospitals.

To provide healthier food options, Kaiser Permanente is offering more fruits and vegetables in cafeterias and on hospital meal trays; healthier beverages and meal options with fewer calories; less saturated fat and a balance of nutritious ingredients; and a wide variety of healthy food and beverages for its workforce.

Sixteen other hospitals also made a commitment with Partnership for a Healthier America to promote healthy and sustainable food.

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