As more parents and watchdog groups monitor the nutritional content in restaurants’ menu items for children, foodservice brands have noted the importance of customization and variety when developing their kids’ menus. In a report that found 97 percent of the nearly 3,500 kids’ meals it studied did not meet its standards for what it considers a healthful option for children, the Center for Science in the Public Interest criticized chain restaurants for basing the ...
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