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It's Time to Remove Sugary Drinks from Restaurant Kid's Meals

Children should be served better.

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We all know, our kids are sweet enough. So why is it okay for children to consume up to ten times the amount of sugary drinks? We need to do more to increase the opportunities for kids to be served healthier drink options when eating away from home. House Bill 1668 seeks to remove sugary drinks as the default beverage offered in restaurant kids meals. The bill has a hearing set for February 14, 2018 – Valentine’s Day! For more information on the issue and to sign a petition to lawmakers, in support of the policy, visit www.healthykidsnh.org.

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