Washington, DC (RestaurantNews.com) foodtweeks™, a free mobile app with a mission to fight hunger in the United States, today announces its partnership with HealthyDiningFinder.com. foodtweeks users will now have access to dietitian-recommended Healthy Dining menu choices within the foodtweeks app when dining out at HealthyDiningFinder partner restaurants.
foodtweeks, a free app available on Android and iPhone devices, shows users how to make small, sustainable changes to remove calories from the foods they want to eat. In turn, foodtweeks donates the amount of calories saved to a food bank in the user’s local area. So every time someone does something good for himself or herself, he/she is also helping someone in need.
HealthyDiningFinder.com, a program launched through Healthy Dining, partners with restaurants nationwide to provide accurate nutrition information for menu items, while offering expert insight on the best menu choices for healthy lifestyles by their team of registered dietitians.
Now that foodtweeks and HealthyDiningFinder.com have teamed up, users of the foodtweeks™ app can receive accurate, Healthy Dining-approved suggestions in real-time that trim calories while donating to a local area food bank.
“We are thrilled to join forces with HealthyDiningFinder.com to further our mission of fighting hunger in America while providing an outlet to promote better eating decisions,” said foodtweeks founder, Evan Walker. “Our unique system of tweeks, combined with HealthyDiningFinder.com’s extensive national database and experienced nutritional acumen, offers our users the opportunity to use our tips even more effectively while making a positive impact right in the communities where they live.”
“We think foodtweeks is a brilliant concept,” says Anita Jones-Mueller, MPH, president of Healthy Dining. “The tweeks on the foodtweeks app are easy – and even fun – to make. But most important, the tweeks become a source of nourishment to those in our communities who desperately need it. We are thrilled to partner with the foodtweeks team to help feed the hungry.”
To learn more about foodtweeks, visit www.foodtweeks.com. The foodtweeks app is available for download in the Google Play Store here: http://bit.ly/1FB2Mlr and the iTunes App Store here: http://apple.co/1EGKr5u.
To learn more about HealthyDiningFinder.com, visit http://www.HealthyDiningFinder.com.
foodtweeks™, a free mobile app for Android and iPhone devices, makes it possible for weight-conscious consumers to serve their communities by feeding the hungry. This app helps consumers find simple ways to make better choices with the foods they regularly eat in their homes and at their favorite restaurants. Every time someone uses a tweek to cut calories, foodtweeks makes a donation to his or her local food bank. So whether looking for simple ways to get the whole family to sit down to a nutritious meal or tips to complement a diet, foodtweeks helps consumers enjoy the foods they want to eat — and calories saved become real, nutritious calories that help feed a hungry individual or family. foodtweeks is a product of Walker Health Labs, designers of surprising commercial solutions that also make a difference for big social problems. For more information about foodtweeks, visit: www.foodtweeks.com or www.facebook.com/foodtweeks.
About Healthy Dining
It is Healthy Dining’s passion to contribute to a healthier America – in a delicious way! Healthy Dining’s signature web and mobile site, HealthyDiningFinder.com, is the only search engine and inspirational source of its kind providing personalized dining out recommendations validated by Healthy Dining’s team of registered dietitians. HealthyDiningFinder.com enables millions of diet- and nutrition- conscious restaurant diners as well as those dealing with diabetes, high blood pressure, and other conditions to easily find Healthy Dining choices served at restaurants coast to coast. HealthyDiningFinder.com also features a Kids LiveWell platform, a program developed in partnership with the National Restaurant Association to help parents find restaurants offering healthier fare for children.