With a growing number of chains electing to change their frying oils to jettison trans fats, the impression among health-conscious consumers might be that heart-threatening dietary risks are becoming a thing of the past when they dine out.However, most chains still are far from eliminating cholesterol-spiking hydrogenated fats from their menus, even though nutrition watchdogs who once complained loudly about that fact have ratcheted down their rhetoric.Meanwhile, experts say that oil ...
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