Debenhams Goes Healthy

By Claire Miller

- Last updated on GMT

Related tags: Department store, Brand management, Nutrition

The department chain store Debenhams has banned baddies from all of its restaurants

ALL Debenhams restaurants and caf?s will no longer serve foods containing hydrogenated fats, genetically modified  ingredients or artificial colours.

The chain department store made the announcement today in a move towards more healthy options for shoppers. 

Earlier this year the 166 Debenhams stores received an investment of £5 million toward overhauling the food offerings and design of the restaurants.

Mark Kent, the senior food and brand development manager for the group said the move took months to implement: “Banning hydrogenated fats, GM and azo colours has been on our agenda for some time but the logistics involved in banning every product which contains them are extensive.” 

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