Restaurant chains pushing junk food on children, claims Soil Association

17 July 2013

The Herald: Children's meals at some of Britain's best-known restaurant chains are falling short of healthy eating standards, with nuggets, burgers and sausages dominating menus, it has been claimed.

Eight out of 21 companies do not offer vegetables or salad with main meals and 10 do not include a portion of fruit in kids' desserts, according to the research by the Soil Association and food manufacturer Organix.






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