Aramark brings Cooking Light magazine to Business Dining

Jan. 17—Aramark Business Dining is implementing recipes from Cooking Light magazine in its workplace dining locations across the nation.

The exclusive Aramark promotion began with the New Year and throughout the month of January customers can enjoy healthy foods from the Cooking Light canon such as chicken saltimbocca, beef tangine and baked shrimp scampi. Each recipe was taken from the Jan./Feb. issue of Cooking Light magazine and offers customers the opportunity to learn more about seasonal produce, fresh herbs and olive oils, which create flavor-rich and healthy meals. Aramark chefs are also offering cooking tips to customers to create the dishes at home.

The promotion is part of Business Dining’s multi-year partnership with the magazine, which in addition to helping Aramark offer healthy culinary options is also helping to expand the magazine’s reach.

“Our exclusive partnership with Cooking Light extends our expertise in creating healthy and delicious menu options and enhances our position as the leader in providing innovative workplace wellness initiatives,” Gary Crompton, president of Aramark Business Dining, said in a press release.

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