The oil rush is on.Philadelphia has pulled the plug on the use of artificial trans fats in restaurants, following in the footsteps of New York and moving ahead of dozens of other cities and states that seem intent on passing similar bans. Meanwhile, burger giants McDonald’s and Burger King plan to jettison partially hydrogenated vegetable oil in their thousands of domestic outlets, joining the growing list of U.S. restaurant operators that are distancing themselves from ...

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