McDonald's steamed over proposed ban of toys in Happy Meals


Fast food giant McDonald's isn't happy over a proposal in San Francisco that would ban toys from Happy Meals and other kids' food unless the meals met certain nutritional standards.

Under San Francisco's proposal, toys would be banned if the single food item or meal is high in calories, salt and fat. Kids' meals also would have to include at least a half-cup of fruit and three-quarters of a cup of vegetables. McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's, Jack in the Box and other fast food chains routinely market toys in their kids' meals.