How to Develop a Better Kids’ Menu

The kids menu at a restaurants is changing, and it’s becoming more healthy.
Kids are getting healthier options now to match the adults menu.
Less salt, less fried food and lower calories and sugar, with more fresh items.
There is a new effort being put in to make these items appear as appealing as possible to kids. Children have the same nutritional needs as adults, and should
be eating the same mix of nutritional food as adults as well.

Key Takeaways:

  • These days, kids’ meals aren’t necessarily for kids, but more for their parents to feel good about what their kids are eating.
  • The key is to take something kids already like, and make it healthier. Like using hormone-free cheese, organic lollipops, and baked sweet potato fries.
  • Some chains are trying to improve their appearance, too. After all, fruits and veggies taste nicer when they look nicer.

“National chains from McDonald’s to Chick-fil-A and Panera Bread have begun to clean up their kids’ meals.”

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