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More than 42,000 restaurant locations offer Kids LiveWell items.
Download our report on NRA efforts to promote health and nutrition.
NRA resources for operators ensure best-in-class food safety training.
Trends from recent surveys point to a growing demand for healthy, nutritious foods.
The restaurant industry is out in front, encouraging menu options that are nutritious and delicious.
NRA resources can help make healthful menu choices easier for consumers.
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