OAK BROOK, Ill. After five years of testing, McDonaldâ€™s Corp. says it has found a trans-fats-free frying oil that will not negatively affect the taste of its food. A spokesman would not divulge a timetable for a changeover to the new frying medium, a blend of canola, soybean and corn oils. But The Chicago Tribune reported that the company intends to complete the switch in all 13,700 domestic stores by early 2008. Some 1,200 units in the United States are already using the blend, the paper ...
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