First lady asks restaurants to add more healthful options for kids
First lady Michelle Obama called on restaurateurs to help put an end to childhood obesity in an address made Monday to the National Restaurant Association’s board of directors at their fall meeting in Washington, D.C. Thanking those in the foodservice industry who already have made an effort to address the problem, Obama urged restaurateurs to go even further. “The reality is, it’s just not enough,” she said. “Together we have to do more. We have to go ...
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