University of Missouri Health Care's University Hospital in Columbia has almost totally eliminated fried foods and upped the number of healthy dishes it serves to both patients and retail customers, reports the Columbia Tribune. The hospital had gone to a room service model for all patient dining five years ago and more recently has revamped the menu mix to eliminate unhealthy options like fried chicken (which was replaced with a baked version). On the retail side, deep fat fryers were ...
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