BIG NEWS out of Delaware! The Wilmington City Council approved an ordinance that requires restaurants in the city to offer healthy beverages as the default drink included in kids’ meals sold at a single price.
California made history by becoming the first state to ensure that water or milk comes standard with kids’ meals at all restaurants!
Congratulations, Baltimore! Today, in her first public bill signing, Mayor Pugh signed legislation that will make healthier drink options the norm for Baltimore families when ordering restaurant kids’ meals.
Daly City, CA, joined the growing movement to serve kids better by making healthy drinks the default in restaurant kids’ meals!
The Lafayette City Council approved Ordinance 40 that requires all restaurants that have kids’ meals to only offer healthier beverages.
Earlier this month, the Stockton City Council passed an ordinance requiring either water or milk to be served as the default beverage in children’s meals.
When it comes to kids’ meals, fast-food and full-service restaurants are doing better at reducing calories, a new study finds.
A new restaurant chain opening their first location in South L.A. this Saturday will offer healthy, grab-and-go meals.
Panera Bread chairman and CEO Ron Shaich is always passionate when talking about food, especially his mission to create a menu that he believes can offer healthy fare that diners can trust.
A provision proposed for the state budget could help finance healthy groceries for food deserts.