NEW YORK —The crusade to ban artificial trans fats from restaurant menus, considered to be one of the foodservice industry’s legislative hot-button issues in 2007, is expected to cool down considerably in 2008. With most of the major chains already charting a course to eliminate partially hydrogenated vegetable oils from their kitchen pantries, policymakers at the state level appear to be less inclined to enact unnecessary regulations ...
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