Meet 12-year-old Koa Halpern, a life-long vegetarian who, several years ago, began looking at what’s in our nation’s fast food. What he discovered shocked him and spurred him to undertake a mission to educate other kids about the unhealthy side of drive-through dining. Halpern began his quest with local lectures in Denver and then launched Fast Food Free, a website that discusses the American food system and spurs children and adults to make healthier choices. Koa was ...
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