With prodding from litigators, legislators, regulators and the natural-foods arm of the “green” movement, foodservice companies large and small are purging from their foods or from the processes that create them substances considered unnecessary or dangerous by consumer and government groups.Artificial trans fats, decried by the likes of the American Heart Association and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, are but one substance targeted for removal from commercially prepared foods by ...

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