MRA’s Christie strikes conciliatory note on state trans fat ban but asks for more time

MRA’s Christie strikes conciliatory note on state trans fat ban but asks for more time

BOSTON Massachusetts Restaurant Association recently told lawmakers here that it would not oppose a statewide ban on the use of partially hydrogenated vegetable oils if the Department of Public Health were to assert that artificial trans fats posed a serious health risk. —The

Peter Christie, president and chief executive of the 5,500-member trade group, told Massachusetts s

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