12 Apr '13, 11am

97% of kids' meals are unhealthy, group says

97% of kids' meals are unhealthy, group says

In order to meet CSPI's standards, kids' meals cannot have more than 430 calories (including no more than 35 percent of calories from fat, and 10 percent of calories from saturated and trans fats), 35 percent added sugars by weight and 770 mg of sodium . Additionally, CSPI-approved meals need to offer one of the following nutritious items: at least a half-serving of fruit or vegetables, an item made from at least 51 percent whole grains, or a specified level of vitamins or fiber.

Full article: http://www.mnn.com/food/healthy-eating/stories/97-of-kids...

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