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November 16, 2016
Toronto Public Health holds Savvy Diner Culinary Challenge to inspire healthier eating choices
  
Toronto Public Health will host the Savvy Diner Culinary Challenge for Centennial College and Humber College culinary students and future chefs to learn how to prepare a meal that inspires healthier eating choices for consumers when dining out. Local celebrity judges Rose Reisman, a leading health expert and author, and award-winning chefs Ted Reader and John Cirillo will be on hand to provide their culinary expertise to the event.

Launched in 2013, Toronto Public Health's Savvy Diner program encourages restaurants to have clear, readily available nutrition information on menus and to help consumers understand how to make healthier restaurant menu selections.

Date: Thursday, November 17
Time: 1 to 3 p.m.
Location: Humber College, North Campus, 205 Humber College Blvd., Building B, Rooms E 143/144

Photo and interview opportunities will be available with culinary and nutrition experts.

More information on the competition and tips to eat healthier is available at http://www.savvydiner.ca.

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Media Contact
Keisha Mair
Toronto Public Health
416-338-8020
kmair2@toronto.ca

 

 

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