ATLANTA Chick-fil-A said it has eliminated artificial trans fats from its entire menu after two years of working with supply partners. The 1,400-unit quick-service chain said core menu items such as its chicken sandwich, nuggets and strips have been trans-fat-free since their introduction, and that it has been working for two years to remove trans fats from its Waffle Fries, breakfast biscuits, condiments, sauces and desserts.Chick-fil-A said the only menu item that still contains ...

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