Jesse Star Debby Ryan wore her Sunday best when she appeared at The White House on Easter for the sensational annual egg roll–apparently to read The Ugly Duckling to “a few” children who had gathered. She was wearing Naeem Khan short sleeve floral print silk dupioni dress with v-front from the designer’s Resort 2014 collection. Swan!
If ping pong opened up China (it was actually a communist plot that worked), perhaps Mrs. Obama visiting a Subway on Thursday with some fun sports figures could pave the way to some healthier meals for kids. Flotus tucks into a sub sandwich. With Michael Phelps and Justin Tuck. The First Lady puts in her order . . . herself–to Nastia Liukin! Nastia Liukin high-fives. VP of Subway meets Michael Phelps.
First Lady Michelle Obama today announced that SUBWAY® restaurants joined the Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) in a three-year commitment to promote healthier choices to kids, including launching its largest child-targeted marketing effort. As part of its commitment, the SUBWAY® restaurant chain will launch a series of campaigns aimed at increasing fruit and vegetable consumption in children; set and implement new marketing standards to kids; and strengthen its children’s menu offerings.
“I’m excited about these initiatives not just as a First Lady, but also as a mom,” mentioned Mrs. Obama. “Subway’s kids’ menu makes life easier for parents, because they know that no matter what their kids order, it’s going to be a healthy choice.”
The SUBWAY® restaurant chain is the first and only quick service chain to join PHA, which works with the private sector and Mrs. Obama – PHA’s honorary chair – to broker meaningful commitments to help end childhood obesity.
SUBWAY® restaurant chain will only offer items on its kids menu that meet strong nutritional guidelines, including offering apples as a side and low-fat or non-fat milk or water as an additional possible drink order.
“Ending childhood obesity is a cause that has been near and dear to SUBWAY® since we introduced the Fresh Fit for Kids Meals in 2007,” said Suzanne Greco, vice president of R&D and Operations for the SUBWAY® brand. “With this partnership with PHA, we will now reach millions of kids as part of a healthier eating education campaign.”