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Blue Zones Project is working with restaurants throughout the Beach Cities to give customers more options to make healthier choices. Look for the Blue Zones Restaurant® decal to find a participating restaurant in your neighborhood. To view the list of Blue Zones Project Approved Restaurants, Perks participants and catering, click here.
Please note, due to COVID-19, restaurants may have paused this program. Deals and discounts subject to change.
Blue Zones Restaurants
*Caterers who have Blue Zones inspired dishes
Dine at a participating Blue Zones Project® Perks restaurant and receive discounts to help you make the healthy choice the easy choice. Find a complete list of Blue Zones Project Perks discounts here. Please note, due to COVID-19, restaurants may have paused this program. Deals and discounts subject to change.
Why I became a Blue Zones Restaurant: “As a restaurant owner, I have always felt that I have an obligation to my customers to make sure Good Stuff serves food that tastes good and is healthy, too. When we became a Blue Zones Restaurant, we created the “16 Under 600 Fitness Menu” with 16 items under 600 calories. We have been overwhelmed by the success of these items on our menu.” – Cris Bennett, President, Good Stuff Restaurants
Blue Zones Food Guidelines: Centenarians in the original Blue Zones® areas don’t diet or count calories to stay lean and healthy. They simply eat whole foods each day, mostly plants. By adopting some of the healthy eating principles that define a Blue Zones lifestyle, you too can live longer, better.
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