Maybe Chuck E. Cheese’s should consider changing its slogan to “Where a Kid Can Put on the Pounds.”After watching the movie FED UP yesterday, I am being bolder in supporting behavior change through awareness, So, my first discussion is about Chuck E. Cheese.
I’m delighted to be partnering with the Center for Science in Public Interest to spread the word on the campaign to tell Chuck E. Cheese’s it’s time to get serious about kids’ nutrition. It claims to provide a wholesome environment for kids. But their menu and marketing practices, which promote unhealthy food, are far from wholesome. SHARE if you agree that Chuck E. Cheese’s should add healthier options to its menu and stop marketing junk to kids!
According to the Center for Science in the Public Interest, one kid’s meal could serve up more than 75% of a child’s recommended daily calories and excessive amounts of saturated fat, sugar, and salt. Maybe Chuck E. Cheese’s should consider changing its slogan to “Where a Kid Can Put on the Pounds.”
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