California Is First State to Ban Trans Fats, Starts in 2010

July 25, 2008 by RecallAware
Filed under: Legislation, News 

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California Is First State to Ban Trans Fats -
LOS ANGELES — California became the first state in the nation to place a ban on trans fats in restaurants and retail baked goods Friday when Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a bill to phase out their use over the next few years. Under the new law, the artificial fats must be excised from restaurants beginning in 2010, and from all retail baked goods by 2011.


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