Parents have faced the question thousands of times throughout their child-rearing lives: “What’s for dinner?” And restaurants have answered the call with chicken fingers, burgers, hot dogs and French fries. Kids’ meals, and kids’ menus, have been a staple of dining out for decades. From Happy Meals to fancy children’s menus at fine-dining establishments, the foodservice industry has found that keeping the little ones full and happy is good business.But while kids’ fare has always been a part ...
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