Annapolis, MD, July 25, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Healthy Dining is pleased to announce the participation of Maryland-based Ledo Pizza in the Healthy Dining Program and as a member of www.HealthyDiningFinder.com. Ledo Pizza is making it easy for health- and nutrition-conscious guests to find the healthful choices they are looking for. Ledo Pizza is also participating in the Kids LiveWell program, a nationwide initiative pioneered by the National Restaurant Association that supports restaurants who are committed to offering healthful menu choices for children.
Launched in 1955, Ledo Pizza has been creating high-quality square pizzas for East coast diners for nearly 60 years. Now it has teamed up with Healthy Dining to ensure that guests who have faithfully supported the business are having their nutritional needs taken care of. The dietitian-approved menu options available at Ledo Pizza include:
· Chicken Artichoke Ciabatta Combo with Apple Slices
· Grilled Chipotle Chicken Ciabatta Combo with Apple Slices
· Caesar Salad with Grilled Chicken
· Hawaiian Pizza
· Veggie-Lite pizza
Each menu item featured on HealthyDiningFinder.com and in the Kids LiveWell program meets strict guidelines for calories, fat, saturated fat, and other nutrient levels.
Ledo Pizza is joining over 300 restaurant brands now participating in the Healthy Dining Program who are providing a variety of Healthy Dining -approved menu selections. Healthy Dining helps restaurants nationwide – fast food to fine dining – provide health-conscious Americans a one-stop resource featuring comprehensive nutrition information, recipes, and other healthy eating tools. Its team of health and nutrition professionals is proud to welcome Ledo Pizza into this nationwide program.
For more information, visit www.HealthyDiningFinder.com.
About Healthy Dining :
In collaboration with the National Restaurant Association, Healthy Dining leads the largest-ever restaurant industry nutrition initiative. Through www.HealthyDiningFinder.com, Americans can find dietitian-approved, Healthy Dining menu options and view corresponding nutrient information (calories, fat, sodium, carbohydrates, etc.) for restaurants that span fast food to fine dining. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provided partial funding for the development of the initiative.