American restaurants are putting more healthy food options on kids’ menus — sometimes over the objection of parents. “The industry as a whole has been creating more healthful [kids’ menu] options and more diversity,” said Joy Dubost, director of nutrition at the National Restaurant Association, and a registered dietitian. “It’s not a fad … this is here to stay,” she said. While the restaurant industry supports more healthful menu options ...

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