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Kids' Menus Get Healthier

burger-king-apple-fries-150.jpgRestaurant chains have agreed to add healthier options to their kids' menus. Burger King, Chili's, IHOP and others qualified for the National Restaurant Association's Kids Live Well program. They each agreed to include one kids' item menu that is under 600 calories as well as one side that's under 200 calories. Noticeably missing from the list is McDonald's who apparently needs more time. This is all Jamie Oliver's fault. [ NPR via Eater National/CBB]

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