ATLANTA Arby's claims it has become the first national fast-food chain to eliminate trans fats from its French fries. Franchisor Arby's Restaurant Group Inc. said it has completed the systemwide rollout of a nonhydrogenated corn-based fryer oil that cuts the trans-fat content per serving of chicken items or fries to less than 0.5 grams, or within the permitted definition of zero trans fat. However, a large order of the chain's Curly Fries still contains 1 gram of trans fat, versus 6 ...
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