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Chronic Tacos Joins to Offer Guests Healthier Menu Choices

San Diego, CA, April 25, 2013 --( Chronic Tacos has joined the Healthy Dining Program and to provide its guests with accurate nutrition information for the healthiest selections on the menu. Each of the featured items is dietitian-approved and meets the Healthy Dining nutrition criteria.

With 34 locations all along the West Coast, Chronic Tacos has been offering guests authentic, made-to-order Mexican food since 2002. While founders Daniel Biello and Randall Wyner have always advocated living a “taco lifestyle,” echoing their restaurants' fresh flavors served in a fun and bold environment, they are now helping their patrons live a healthier lifestyle by highlighting their dietitian-approved menu options. These selections are spotlighted to make it easier for guests to identify the healthier selections available at each location. Some of the available Chronic Tacos menu choices that meet the Healthy Dining criteria for calories, fat and sodium include:

· Grilled Fish or Shrimp Tacos
· Grilled Fajita Veggie Tacos
· White Meat Chicken Taco
· Pollo Asado Fajita Taco

Chronic Tacos has now joined the over 400 restaurant brands participating in the Healthy Dining Program and featured on Healthy Dining promotes restaurants that are making a positive contribution to public health by offering dietitian-approved menu options.

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About Healthy Dining:
In collaboration with the National Restaurant Association, Healthy Dining leads the largest-ever restaurant industry nutrition initiative. Through, 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.
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