LOS ANGELES The Los Angeles chapter of the California Restaurant Association reportedly has agreed to a voluntary phase-out of artificial trans fats by local restaurants within 18 months. Under the agreement, which has been embraced as an alternative to a trans-fat ban, Los Angeles County officials could provide decals that restaurants could post in their windows to indicate which establishments are trans-fat-free. The CRA chapter includes only a few thousand of the more than 34,000 ...

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