Texas senate approves plan to ban trans fats from school menus

May 6, 2011
Anti-obesity measure goes on to state house

From The Dallas Morning News: Texasschools would have to purge their lunch menus and vending machines of all trans fat food products under a bill the state Senate approved. The legislation would prohibit school districts from making available to students food that contains industrially produced trans fat or that was prepared using another food that contains trans fat.

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