Unilever, CIA unite to make food industry healthier, more sustainable

06/12/2013 | FastCasual.com

Unilever and CIA have joined forces in hopes of cutting 1 billion calories on U.S. restaurant menus and helping restaurants create more sustainable operational practices such as reducing food waste. "We are pleased and excited to have forged this new partnership with the CIA. Our goals to help the foodservice industry create a sustainable future are well-aligned," said Simon Marshall, president of Unilever Food Solutions North America. CIA president Tim Ryan said, "Chefs shape taste preferences and national food trends, and with that they are in the best position to make healthy, sustainable foods craveable."

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