PRLog - Oct. 24, 2012 - SAN DIEGO -- Conway, AR – Pitza 42 of Conway, AR is the newest restaurant to offer dietitian-approved menu choices through the Healthy Dining Program and HealthyDiningFinder.com. Now restaurant guests can be confident that over 15 menu selections on the Pitza 42 menu meet qualifying levels of calories, fat, sodium and other nutrients and are dietitian-approved.
Pitza 42 has been a socially conscious pizza restaurant since its inception, and is actively working to help end childhood hunger around the globe. The Pitza 42 concept is simple: for every meal sold in the restaurant, owners Ashton and Austin Samuelson donate a meal to a starving child. Their goal is to open 78 locations, which is the number needed to feed 18,000 children each day. Now, not only can your heart feel good about supporting Pitza 42, your body will thank you as well. Some of the available Healthy Dining-approved menu choices:
· Edgy Veggie 6” Wheat Pitza
· Saucy Clucker Salad
· Big Fat Greek 6” Wheat Pitza
· Taco Libre Salad
Pizza lovers in Arkansas can now satisfy their own hunger in a healthy way while helping fight childhood hunger around the world.
Pitza 42 is now one of nearly 400 restaurant brands participating in the HEALTHY DINING PROGRAM and featuring dietitian-approved menu choices. Each restaurant location and corresponding menu nutrition information is featured on HealthyDiningFinder.com, allowing diners to easily find healthier restaurants all across the country.
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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 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.