BOSTON The Massachusetts Restaurant Association told lawmakers on Beacon Hill here Wednesday that it would not oppose a statewide ban on the use of frying oils containing artificial trans fats, if sufficient scientific evidence supported the need for such a prohibition. Peter Christie, president and chief executive of the 5,500-member organization, said that restaurateurs need to know the facts about trans fats and the health threat they pose before they could embrace a statewide ...
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