MIAMI Burger King said it plans to offer more healthful kids’ menu items, including flame-broiled chicken tenders and apples cut to resemble French fries, as part of its pledge to focus its advertising to children under 12 on products that promote healthy diets and lifestyles. The nation’s second-largest hamburger chain said Wednesday that it has joined the Council of Better Business Bureaus’ Children’s Food and Advertising Initiative, a voluntary effort to promote ...
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