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French Country Dining Restaurant La Bécasse is Now Officially SPE-Certified

French Country Dining Restaurant La Bécasse is Now Officially SPE-Certified

La Bécasse, Burdickville, MI, is now serving three seasonal SPE-Certified Dishes

Environmentally conscious and committed to serving up fresh, simple and organic meals, La Bécasse is now serving three nutritious AND delicious dishes with the SPE seal of approval.

As the first SPE-certified restaurant in Michigan, Le Bécasse and Chef Guillaume Hazaël-Massieux join SPE Certified as a pioneer in the movement to offer diners a healthy, certified nutrient-dense and responsibly sourced meal, that doesn’t compromise on taste.

Amongst the new menu items, the “Scallops with Pineapple Salsa” entrée is sure to be a popular choice at less than 350 calories. It’s also high in vitamin A, vitamin C and selenium, which can help protect cells by neutralizing damaging molecules in the human body.

The other SPE-certified dishes include a beet gazpacho containing just 15% of the recommended daily value for sodium, and a seasonal berry dessert at just 120 calories.

You can view the SPE-certified dishes here, or click below to see a nutritional breakdown of each dish:

Beet Gazpacho
Scallops with Pineapple Salsa
Seasonal Berries

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