Children won’t be seeing toys with their kids meals at most quick-service restaurants in San Francisco starting Thursday. McDonald’s and Burger King said Wednesday they will stop including toys automatically in kids meals to comply with a new city ordinance that goes into effect Dec. 1. Instead, both chains said toys will be sold separately for 10 cents with the purchase of a kids meal. McDonald’s officials said Wednesday the move is in response to the Healthy Meal ...

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