Children’s menus revised for health concerns, evolving palates: ‘Kids are not born with an innate desire for chicken nuggets’

Omaha World Herald 

 Margo Wootan, Executive Director of the Center for Science in the Public Interest, argues that billions of marketing dollars have created the “idea of what kid food is”, such as French fries and soda. Some restaurants are responding by beginning to offer smaller portion sizes of their regular menu for children. This article highlight how some jurisdictions in the United States have also passed laws requiring healthy options to be the default offering on children’s menus. Read article here

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