Industry’s effort to eliminate trans fats likely to keep regulators at bay in 2008

Industry’s effort to eliminate trans fats likely to keep regulators at bay in 2008

NEW YORK —The crusade to ban artificial trans fats from restaurant menus, considered to be one of the foodservice industry’s legislative hot-button issues in 2007, is expected to cool down considerably in 2008.

With most of the major chains already charting a course to eliminate partially hydrogenated vegetable oils from their kitchen pantries, policymakers at the state level appear to be less inclined to enact unnecessary

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