Analysis: Most kids' meals at chain restaurants high in fat, sodium
Posted at: 03/29/2013 6:45 AM
Most kids' meals at America’s top chain restaurants still fail to make the grade on good nutrition. That's according to an analysis by the Center for Science in the Public Interest.
It found in addition to being high in fat and sodium, most of today's kids meals packed with calories with some containing more than 1,000 calories in one meal. The government's dietary guidelines recommend children age four to 10 eat 1,200 to 2,200.