A study in the American Journal of Public Health showed that the number of children's fast-food meal bundles, with fruits and vegetables as options, rose from less than 25% in 2004 to around 80% in 2015, and the number of bundles with healthier optional drinks increased from around 50% to about 80% during the same period. The findings, based on data involving 20 fast-food chains, also showed that 30% of chains had meal bundles with the healthier options as a default in 2015.
Healthier fast-food options for children are increasing
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