Le Cordon Bleu News, 09/09/2013
Bon Appetit: Health Check and Le Cordon Bleu teach Canadians how to cook healthy meals
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It’s time for healthy eating – with style and taste. The Heart and Stroke Foundation’s Health CheckTM program and Le Cordon Bleu Ottawa are partnering this fall to offer healthy cooking classes. The focus of these classes is to teach Canadians how to prepare healthy meals using classic French culinary techniques. The recipes were created specifically by Le Cordon Bleu to meet the Health Check nutrient criteria developed by the Foundation’s registered dietitians, based on Canada’s Food Guide.
Demonstration only – $50 per person (taxes included)
About Health Check
Health Check is the food information program of The Heart and Stroke Foundation. It is the only third-party, non-profit national program of its kind in Canada. Health Check is the one way that the Foundation helps Canadians eat well. The Health Check logo can be found on menus and products in Canada. Each product or menu item that displays the logo must meet strict nutrient criteria developed by the Foundation’s registered dietitians. Health Check also provides Canadians with a suite of free resources on healthcheck.org.
About Le Cordon Bleu
Le Cordon Bleu is the world’s largest international culinary educator with over 45 campuses located in more than 20 countries. Established in 1895, Le Cordon Bleu has developed a reputation for maintaining the highest standards of culinary excellence by offering the best in culinary education. Le Cordon Bleu’s only Canadian campus is located in Ottawa, Ontario.