How restaurants can cater to the healthy dining crowd

04/14/2014 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Food & Beverage

Restaurants hoping to win health-conscious customers who are preparing food at home more often can start with small steps such as honoring guests' requests to hold the bread and put the dressing on the side, said Joy Dubost, the National Restaurant Association's director of nutrition and healthy living. Additionally, even eateries that won't be required by law to post calorie counts and nutritional information should consider doing so. "We know that that's where consumers now are going towards; they want that information there so they can make the decision that's right for them," she said, adding that smaller dessert portions also give "people the opportunity to indulge without overindulging."

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