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Don't super size me

Fast-food chains now offer an array of alternatives for health-conscious consumers looking to avoid burgers and fries

By Galen Moore and Leigh Belanger
Globe Correspondents / June 23, 2004

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The most loudly promoted item on the menu at McDonald's these days is the Go Active Happy Meal. Designed for adults, it contains an entree salad and a bottle of water. Instead of a toy, you get a pedometer. Clipped to belt or waistband, it measures how many steps you take. The pedometer's chintzy composition doesn't inspire much confidence, but ... (Full Article: 619 Words)

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