Decals identify restaurants that help patrons eat healthier

The Healthy Dining New Bedford program gives qualifying restaurants in the Massachusetts city a decal to display that indicates they are taking steps to help customers eat healthier. Restaurants submit menus to the health department, where they are reviewed by a registered dietitian, and indicate how they will meet healthy benchmarks, such as serving smaller portions, allowing substitutions or tagging menu items that are low-calorie or low-fat.

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