Jack in the Box to pull toys from children's meals
Tuesday June 21 2011
Jack in the Box has become the first major fast food chain to announce plans to stop putting toys in children's meals, the company announced today.
Brian Luscomb, a company spokesman, reportedly told Nation's Restaurant News that the decision was prompted by a renewed focus on the quality of the foods they serve, including new apple slices with caramel dip and a grilled steak sandwich, and not the efforts of some groups to remove toys from children's meals.
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