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Trans-fat ban takes effect for Boston bakeries


March 17, 2009
By BakeryBusiness.com

March 17, 2009, BOSTON, Mass. – A ban on the use of
artificial trans fat in baked goods at bakeries in Boston took effect
March 12 as part of the second phase of the city’s efforts to eliminate
partially hydrogenated oil from foods and beverages.

March 17, 2009, BOSTON, Mass. – A ban on the use of
artificial trans fat in baked goods at bakeries in Boston took effect
March 12 as part of the second phase of the city’s efforts to eliminate
partially hydrogenated oil from foods and beverages, according to the
Boston Public Health Commission (B.P.H.C).

Food service establishments in
the city were required to stop using trans fats in September, but
bakeries were given an additional six months to alter their menus.
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