Much loved restaurant brands, Toby Carvery, Harvester and Stonehouse Pizza & Carvery have unveiled a partnership with WeightWatchers, to host workshops at their restaurants across the UK and highlight healthy choices on their menus.

The workshops for WW members are currently taking place at 68 restaurants across the three brands, with more potentially being added in the coming weeks.

The partnership comes as WW aims to expand its reach to help people in communities across the UK who want to lose weight for the long term, while still enjoying the food they love using its flexible programme.

Commenting on the collaboration, Janette Mackay, Head of Partnerships at WW, said: “At WeightWatchers we know that eating out can be a challenge for people who are looking to lose weight, but it really doesn’t need to be that way. That's why we have designed the WW programme to be flexible so that members and the public can enjoy the food they love and still lose weight for the long term - even when eating out.

“We are delighted to be partnering with Toby Carvery, Harvester and Stonehouse Pizza & Carvery, and will be offering our members even more convenience and simplicity through highlighting the healthier menu options available and advising on menu swaps that can be made. We’ll also be hosting WW workshops at select community-hubs around the country welcoming people who want to build long-term, healthy habits for life with the help of our friendly coaches.”

David Gallacher, Divisional Director at Mitchells & Butlers, said: "Our restaurants are in great locations, in the hearts of their communities, so we are perfectly positioned to host community groups such as WW workshops, and look forward to expanding that partnership to more locations.

"We are constantly exploring new ways to meet guest demand and suit a wide variety of lifestyle choices, including a range of healthier options for those looking for them.

"Therefore, when WW approached us about hosting more workshops in our restaurants, it was an excellent opportunity to work closer together to deliver this.

"They have analysed nutrition across our starters and mains to make recommendations of dishes that can be enjoyed as part of The WeightWatchers programme, helping their members stay on track when they visit our restaurants."

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