National parks to offer healthier food options
You might find less junk food on the menu the next time you visit a national park.
Parks like Yosemite will offer more healthy options this summer.
That includes whole meals that contain fewer than 600 calories along with locally grown items at many parks.
The changes fall in line with first lady Michelle Obama's movement for America to eat healthier food.
National park snack bars and restaurants serve 23.5 million visitors each year.
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