Clearly, low sodium and low fat options should hold more weight when developing healthier choices for your foodservice menu. Although your guests may ask for these options, they won't sacrifice flavour. Not surprisingly, 95% of Canadians say the taste of food is the most important component when dining out.1 Use descriptive menu cues to illustrate the deliciousness of your healthful dishes.
220 calories, 10g total fat, 350mg sodium
Red potatoes sautéed with fresh zucchini and red pepper tossed in a sweet-smoky barbecue sauce. Crowned with a poached egg, Cheddar-Jack and fresh scallions.
230 calories, 11g total fat, 160mg sodium
Citrus and sesame-infused salmon, fire-grilled and served with a fresh grapefruit and orange salsa
200 calories, 6g total fat, 470mg sodium
Creamy Dijon-spiked chicken salad with crisp celery, fresh red pepper and red onion.
130 calories, 9g total fat, 170mg sodium
Fresh baby arugula, kale, Belgian endive, red bell peppers and yellow squash are tossed in a sweet and tangy balsamic vinaigrette, sprinkled with toasted walnuts.
100 calories, 6g total fat, 170mg sodium
Dip red, yellow and orange bell peppers in a Sriracha-laced creamy edamame dip.
280 calories, 5g total fat, 410mg sodium
Cinnamon & thyme infused roasted pork tenderloin served over a white bean ragoût with fennel, carrot and red onion.