NEW YORK CITY, NY - Happy meals soon may not be so 'fun' in New York City.
A lawmaker is pushing a new bill that would ban toys from fast food children's meals. The city councilmember says the toys included in the meals entice kids to unhealthy foods.
The measure would, however, allow fast food restaurants to include toys in healthier meals that have less than 500 calories and under 600 milligrams of sodium. A similar law goes into effect in San Francisco in December.
A spokesman for McDonald's says the fast food giant *does* offer healthier options for customers, including Happy Meals that are under the 500 calorie mark.
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