Dallas hospitals tout efforts to promote healthy eating

10/16/2012 | Dallas Morning News (free content), The

Dallas hospitals say they are ahead of New York City and others when it comes to banning unhealthy foods served to patients and staff and promoting good nutrition. Baylor Health Care System has adopted the Thrive program, requiring 70% of its foods to meet healthy criteria, and Texas Health Resources has the Eat Fit program, which puts lower prices on healthier options, with employees getting the largest discounts.

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