Va. hospital system to sell food based on nutritional value

04/29/2013 | News & Advance (Lynchburg, Va.), The

Centra Health facilities in Lynchburg, Va., this summer plan to start pricing foods sold in its cafeteria based on nutritional value as a way to get people to make healthier choices. It is part of the system's sustainability program, which includes gardens and a greenhouse to grow produce, efforts to buy local foods and a program to reduce polystyrene usage.

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