Kids Live Well
This week on Order Up, we talk to Jeff Clark, Expert Exchange Director of the National Restaurant Association, and Maggie Gentille, Vice President of Food and Nutrition Policy from Food Directions, about how your restaurant can be a part of the Kids Live Well program.
(01:06) - Jeff’s day-to-day
(02:49) - Maggie’s move to Food Directions
(03:41) - Kids Live Well origins and relaunch
(06:09) - Program updates
(09:41) - Empowering families with options at restaurants
(11:17) - Menu choices
(14:29) - Getting started
(17:44) - Current participants
(19:52) - Providing options
(21:36) - The business side
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