USA: Wendy's to offer fruit in Kids' Meals
US fastfood chain Wendy's Restaurants is to offer a fresh fruit cup, containing honeydew melon and cantaloupe chunks, instead of French fries as an option in its Kids' Meals. Starting this week, Wendy's will also offer eight-ounce, single serve plastic containers of reduced fat (2%) milk or low fat (1%) chocolate milk as Kids' Meal beverage alternatives at 420 Wendy's restaurants in Columbus, Ohio; Miami; Philadelphia; and Raleigh, North Carolina.
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