New York eateries now trans-fat free

 
July 20, 2009
Reuters: Nearly two years after the New York City health department banned artificial trans fats from restaurant menu items, all city restaurants have cut the fats from their menus, health officials have reported.
 
By November 2008, more than 98 percent of city restaurants had stopped using artificial trans fats for cooking, frying and baking, researchers with the city's health department report in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
 

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