The Week contest: Happy Meal - November 26, 2010
San Francisco has banned McDonald's from offering Happy Meal toys unless the meal is low in salt and fat and include vegetables. What should these new, healthier meals be called?
McDonald's has been offering the Happy Meal to kids since 1979.
McDonald's has been offering the Happy Meal to kids since 1979.
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Welcome to The Week's "What Next?" contest, an invitation to test your powers of imagination with challenges inspired by current events.

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Results: After San Francisco banned McDonald's from offering free toys in Happy Meals unless the meal was low in salt and fat and included vegetables, we asked what these new, healthier meals might be called. You cooked up:

THE WINNER: Shut Up and Eat It Meal
Mary Southon, Round Rock, TX
SECOND PLACE: Tantrum in a Box
Elizabeth Wee, Mountain View, CA
THIRD PLACE: Happy Now? Meal
Sue Huang, Pittsburgh
Crappy Meal
Mike Paul, Carrboro, NC
The Somber Snack
Patrick Barnes, New York City
Live Longer Than the Toy Meal
Judith Cottrill, Bronx, NY
Julie David, New York City
Let’s-Put-McDonald’s-Out-Of-Business Meal
William Boye, Gladstone, NJ
The First-Time-This-Has-Ever-Been-Ordered Meal
Ashley Ryan, Catonsville, MD
The Overregulator
Jeffrey Contompasis, Ashburn, VA
Big Brother’s Lunch Box
Diane Belanger, Dayton, OH
Raw Deal
Jon Taylor, San Clemente, CA
No Child Left with a Behind
Pilar Otto, Yardley, PA
I Left My Lunch in San Francisco
Jerry Gentz, Greenfield, WI
What Else You Got? Meal
Carrie Felice, East Calais, VT
Happy Toys with a Disposable Meal
Joe Snyder, West Grove, PA
McGoody Two Chews
Joan Aufderhar, Fair Haven, NJ
Mean Cuisine
Tim Lanter, Alexandra, KY
Let’s Make a Deal Meal
Carol Wagener, Seattle
The Little Loser meal
Rick Simpson, Sacramento
I’m Hating It
Amanda Gaber, Woodbury, NY



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