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16 Ways to Eat Healthy at the Erie County Fair

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Summertime in Western New York is a time to cherish. The sun comes out, the weather heats up, and we all go out to soak it up. The one signature event of summer is the Erie County Fair which attracts thousands of New Yorkers near and far for 12 glorious days of food and fun. While you’re there you *will* be faced with the toughest decision of them all: what to eat. To keep up your healthful eating habits or give into the fried treats and temptations is the question, and the answer is you can (and should) do both. Feel less guilty about that bloomin’ onion by balancing it with one of 16 Healthy Options at the Fair this year, or take it up a notch and keep it healthy the entire time. It’s about balance after all.

Here are 16 delicious Healthy Options to up your Fair eating game:

Authentic Greek Food

  • Veggies on Pita
  • Greek Salad

 

Big G’s

  • Steamed Rice and Beans

 

Big Kahuna’s

  • Greek Salad
  • Greek Salad with Chicken

 

Butcher Boys

  • Chef Salad

 

BW’s Barbeque

  • Salad

 

Chesters Gators & Taters

  • Grilled Chicken Kababs

 

Jungle Juice Fruit and Veggie Juice Bar

  • Berry Blue and Green
  • Peach Paradise
  • Yoga Monkey
  • Sunrise

 

Let’s Wrap

  • Tuna Wrap
  • Turkey Wrap
  • Chicken Wrap

 

Maple Ridge Bison Ranch Inc

  • Bison Burger

 

Millennium Lodge Curley – Qs

  • Egg’s and Toast

 

Mineo and Sapio

  • Chicken Sausage

 

Salvatore’s Pizza

  • Spinach Tomato Pizza

 

Sattlers Concessions

  • Baked Potato

Tropic Love

  • Fruit in a Fruit

 

Venus

  • Fatoush Salad

 

Yakisoba

  • Tofu Pad Thai

 

Erie County Fair Details

August 10th – August 21st

MAP / ADMISSION INFO

ecfair.org

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What is Healthy Options Buffalo?  healthy options logo3

The aforementioned restaurants are members of the Independent Health Foundation’s Healthy Options Buffalo program for the Erie County Fair in 2016. The Healthy Options program was designed to help our community make informed decisions about healthy eating, and as a result, help address the high rates of stroke and heart disease prevalent in Western New York. Through this program, the Foundation works with area restaurants to offer heart-healthy food options that are considered lower in fat, saturated fat cholesterol, and sodium. To learn more about the Healthy Options program and to check out more great participating Healthy Options restaurants visit healthyoptionsbuffalo.com.

 

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