Burger King has dropped soft drinks from its children’s meal menu, the latest change at a fast-food chain as advocacy groups urge restaurants to promote healthier fare, especially for children.

Burger King followed the lead of McDonald’s, which removed such drinks from its Happy Meal menu list in 2013, and Wendy’s, which made a similar change in late 2014.

The updated menus come as restaurants have been pressured to offer options with less sugar and fewer calories, especially as obesity rates remain high. Obesity affects about 17 percent of all U.S. kids and adolescents, triple the rate a generation ago, according to federal officials.

Burger King offers apple juice, fat-free milk and low-fat chocolate milk in its kids’ meals.