NEW YORK A watchdog group's check of McDonald's units in New York City has revealed that the chain and its suppliers have lowered the trans-fat content of French fries sold there to 0.2 gram per large-sized serving, compared with contents of 3.7 grams for Wendy's and 3.3 grams for Burger King. Aspot-check of the three brands was conducted by the Center for Science in the Public Interest, an advocacy group often at odds with the foodservice industry, after the city enacted a law ...
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