More than 15,000 restaurants plan to participate in the National Restaurant Association’s new program designed to offer parents and children a wider choice of healthful menu selections when they dine out. Called “Kids LiveWell,” the initiative — which was unveiled Wednesday in Washington, D.C. — is a voluntary program that the NRA says underscores the foodservice industry’s determination to provide children with more healthful food choices. The ...
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