Nutrition Australia has partnered with the InterContinental Hotels Group to launch several newly created menus for its Holiday Inn resorts and hotels.
They are based on a criteria that has been developed by Nutrition Australia’s accredited practising dietitians to ensure that the menus are nutritionally balanced. Each meal on the menu must contain a balance of meat, wholegrain foods and vegetables as well as dairy and fruit where relevant.
A set of 34 main meals, 7 desserts and 10 drinks have been developed.
Brand marketing director of the Holiday Inn Brand Family, AMEA and IHG, Lee Lin Teo, says that the new menus are about more than just the food.
“This is part of a wider improvement in how we look after kids when they are eating in our restaurants, ensuring they have a fun dining experience from start to finish – from how they are greeted when they enter the restaurant and how the menu looks, down to the colourful utensils they use.”