Study finds fault with Cal Poly's campus food healthfulness

Study finds fault with Cal Poly's campus food healthfulness

Bottom line: Only 36 of 314 entrées and 11 of 31 main dish salads studied were classified as healthy according to the standards set by the Nutrition Environment Measures Survey.

Only 12 percent of entrées and 36 percent of main dish salads served in and around California Polytechnic State University were found to be healthy, according to a case study conducted by researchers at the university. The study, “Assessment of a University Campus Food Environment, California, 2015,” was published Feb. 4 in Preventing Chronic Disease, a peer-reviewed electronic journal established by the

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