Responding to mounting pressure to offer more healthful options, particularly for kids, McDonald’s set new goals on Tuesday to reduce sodium, added sugar and saturated fat across its menus, as well as to include more fruit and fewer fries in all Happy Meals. Jan Fields, president of Oak Brook, Ill.-based McDonald’s USA, said the chain has spent the past few months developing ways to improve the nutritional quality of menu items in response to consumer demand. It also announced a ...
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