Jack In The Box Drops Toys From Kids' Meals
STEVE INSKEEP, Host:
A spokesman insists this change is not because of advocacy pressure. Jack in the Box says that it doesn't actually sell a lot of kids meals. McDonalds does. Happy Meals account for about 10 percent of McDonald's business, and late last year the Center for Science and the Public Interest sued McDonalds for using toys to market to kids.
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