London's takeaway businesses to provide healthier choices with Mayor of London scheme

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London's takeaway businesses to provide healthier choices with Mayor of London scheme

Fast-food industry leaders today met at City Hall to discuss how London's takeaways can do more to improve Londoners' health and help tackle obesity.

 

Suppliers and restaurateurs aimed to build on the success of a Mayor of London scheme for fast-food outlets, offering customers healthier meal choices. 

Around 500 takeaways in the capital have signed up to the Healthier Catering Commitment, a voluntary scheme encouraging food outlets to improve the quality of the food they sell.

Niroch Fernando of Sam's Fast Food Ltd spoke to London Live. 

 

 

 

 

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