SAN FRANCISCO San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors voted unanimously on Tuesday to institute a program intended to encourage restaurants to stop cooking with trans fats. To participate, restaurants will be required to pay a $250 fee. Under the plan, which was supported by the city’s Golden Gate Restaurant Association, restaurants that agree to rid their menus of trans fats will receive a decal promoting the venue as free of the harmful partially hydrogenated vegetable oils.The ...
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