Boston Pizza latest to dump trans fat

 
May 22, 2007
RICHMOND, British Columbia — Boston Pizza, Canada's leading pizza chain, has eliminated all industrially-added trans fats from its menu to coincide with its annual new menu launch.
 
Boston Pizza will launch 14 new items on May 28th, and its new menu will feature the Health Check symbol. Health Check is an education program created by the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada that helps consumers make healthy food choices.
 
Boston Pizza's new menu will feature six items with the Health Check symbol. The menu items include: Lemon Baked Salmon Fillet; Parmesan Lime Shrimp Skewers; California Pizza; Garden Greens; Pollo Pomodoro Spaghetti; and Thai Chicken Wrap.
 
Boston Pizza also has revamped its Kids Menu to offer trans-fat free options for kids. Kids can choose from nine meals, five side dishes, four drinks and two desserts. New meal options include baked salmon, a ham and cheese wrap and a grilled chicken sandwich. Sides include tossed salad, garlic mashed potatoes, steamed vegetables and a reduced-sugar fruit cup.

Topics: Hot Products , Operations Management


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