ATLANTA — In moves that could signal a growing demand for healthier food in convenient formats, many fast food and casual dining restaurants have updated their menus with healthy options or have announced plans to design new items with less calories, sodium and fat. Due to the influence of First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move!” initiative and the medical community’s growing concern about the rise of childhood obesity, kids’ meals have often ...

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