Singaporeans are choosing healthier food options: HPB

Above: Prata Wala's outlet at Nex shopping mall. Left: Dishes with wholegrains such as prata, naan and biryani rice are available at Prata Wala, the first prata restaurant chain to come on board the HPB's Healthier Dining Programme.
Prata Wala's outlet at Nex shopping mall.ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN
Above: Prata Wala's outlet at Nex shopping mall. Left: Dishes with wholegrains such as prata, naan and biryani rice are available at Prata Wala, the first prata restaurant chain to come on board the HPB's Healthier Dining Programme.
Dishes with wholegrains such as prata, naan and biryani rice are available at Prata Wala, the first prata restaurant chain to come on board the HPB's Healthier Dining Programme.ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN

More Singaporeans are choosing healthier food options when they dine out, according to the Health Promotion Board (HPB).

About 83 million healthier meals were sold by food and beverage operators, hawker centres and coffee shops under the HPB's Healthier Dining Programme (HDP) between April and September.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on December 12, 2018, with the headline 'Singaporeans are choosing healthier food options: HPB'. Print Edition | Subscribe