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Fast-food restaurants aren’t selling nearly as many kids meals as they have in the past which can be attributed to cheaper items a la carte, such as on the dollar menu, and children’s lack of interest in the toys.

Apr 16 2012

Fast-food restaurants aren’t selling nearly as many kids meals as they have in the past which can be attributed to cheaper items a la carte, such as on the dollar menu, and children’s lack of interest in the toys. Families are focused on value and are instead sharing meals more. But children are also outgrowing kids meal toys at an earlier age which many credit to technology. (Chicago Tribune)