The fast-food restaurant chain is the latest big-name company to say it needs to better equip employees to fight obesity.

According to a report from Bloomberg, McDonald’s says it has a “very high” need for its wellness program and that it’s trying to do more to expand it.

McDonald’s, which has about 6,000 workers in the United States, has been a vocal critic of President Donald Trump’s agenda on health care, which includes a proposal to cut the federal deficit.

The fast food chain has long been a proponent of a worker-driven wellness program, which encourages employees to exercise and eat healthier and is considered one of the best ways to prevent obesity.

The company said last month it would spend $1.5 billion to expand its employee health programs and boost their effectiveness.

McDonald’s said it would invest $1 billion in its wellness programs over the next four years and is committed to hiring more than 1,500 more employees in its workforce over the same period.

The company also said it plans to spend $600 million on new and additional employee wellness programs.

But it was not immediately clear how many employees would be included in the company’s plan.

At least one other large fast-casual chain, Chipotle Mexican Grill, also has been making a push for more wellness programs in the past year.

Trump, who has said he wants to shrink the federal budget, has said that the government should not be responsible for a company’s wellness programs and has called for a $15 minimum wage.

In February, Trump signed a bill to roll back some federal rules on the way employers offer employee wellness benefits.

“When we see the results of the wellness program in a lot of countries, it has gone up.

It’s a lot more than what you might see in the U.S.,” Trump said at a signing ceremony in January.

Chipotle said it wants to spend up to $600 billion over the course of five years on workplace wellness programs, including $100 billion for its health insurance and $20 billion for an expanded wellness program that includes nutrition and exercise.