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Following in the footsteps of its fast food rivals, Burger King has taken soft drinks off of their kids menu.
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Fast food companies have been making a push over the past few years to include healthier options for their kids’ meals, but that message may not be getting across – especially to the kids themselves.
Obesity among children is a growing problem, especially with the abundant availability of fast food establishments. Public health officials estimate there is a 17 percent obesity rate among youths.
A surprisingly large percentage of very young children in California, including 70 percent of Latino children, eat fast food regularly.
A new report and video from Health News Wires titled McDonald’s To Shut Down Promotion of Soda with Happy Meals describes how the fast-food will stop promoting soda as an option with Happy Meals.
To help educate consumers on its various food and beverage offerings, McDonalds recently announced that locations throughout the U.S. would include calorie information for all items listed on menu boards inside the restaurant and in front of drive-thrus
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