An old favorite is now a more healthy option. McDonald's is cutting some of the fat out of its happy meals.
The fast food giant will add a serving of a fruits or vegetables to the meal and shrink the portion of french fries.
The more healthy happy meal will roll out in September in some markets and then to all 14,000 McDonald's restaurants in the U.S. by April.
The changes are expected to cut about 20% of the normal number of calories present in the meal.
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