DENVER More than 100 McDonald's restaurants in the Denver metro area will bundle various menu items into 11 combo meals to participate in a healthy-dining program offered through the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The area McDonald's units are the first quick-service restaurants to join the two-year old Smart Meal program, said health department spokesman Mark Salley. Participating restaurants will receive a Smart Meal seal for menu pairings that contain no ...
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