Features

April 2012 Issue

Finding Fit Fare at Restaurants

Keep your seafood, chicken, and vegetables clean and simple—and seek smaller portions—the next time you dine in a restaurant.

Perhaps it was your first date or your 20th wedding anniversary, but chances are you spent it in a restaurant—where you go to celebrate the big events of your life, to relax with friends and family, or to grab a bite when everyday food preparation doesn’t fit your busy lifestyle. The average American adult purchases a meal or a snack five times a week from a restaurant, and 49 cents of every food dollar is spent in a restaurant setting, according to the National Restaurant Association (NRA).

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