UFood Restaurant Group, Inc. announced that the company has reduced sodium by 20 percent in all of its breaded chicken menu items as part of the company’s core focus on continuing to offer customers at its urban, airport, hospital and military base locations food that is nutritionally sound and great tasting. These menu items include the Crispy Chicken Chopped Cobb Salad, Chicken Parmigiana Wrap and the kids’ Oven Crisped Chicken Fingers Meal. All of UFood’s breaded chicken items are baked, not fried.
For more than a decade, restaurant companies have been exploring ways to reduce the sodium content in food. However, a report by Technomic indicates many restaurant prepared meals have more sodium than ever.
UFood Restaurant Group Reduces Sodium Content Of Menu Items
November 8, 2011 by Mark | 0 Comments