KFC debuts children's meal; report calls out chains on nutrition

KFC rolled out new Li'l Bucket Kids Meals this week, with packaging that comes covered in games and a menu that lets children choose from several options for chicken and sides ranging from applesauce in a squeeze pouch to mac-and-cheese. The meals debuted the same day the Center for Science in the Public Interest issued a report that found 97% of kids meals at chain restaurants don't meet nutritional standards for calories, salt, sugar and fat.

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