NEW YORK McDonald's Corp. said all of its 254 locations in New York City have replaced their frying oil with a canola blend, putting them in compliance with the health department's July 1 ban on artificial trans fats. The Oak Brook, Ill.-based quick-service chain also told Thomas Frieden, commissioner of the city's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, that in addition to removing the trans fat ahead of deadline, it also cut the amount of saturated fat in its French fries by more ...
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