National parks ditch junk food for healthier options

From Yosemite to Yellowstone, America's parks are stirring

From Yosemite to Yellowstone, America's parks are stirring up concession stand menus.

WASHINGTON - National parks across the country are ditching junk food and making healthier options available for parkgoers this summer.

From Yosemite to Yellowstone, America's parks are stirring up concession stand menus. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell says it’s what the growing number of 282 million expected visitors want to see.

Vendors will also start displaying nutritional information, and some will add locally grown or raised items.
 

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