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NYC weighing 1st trans fatty acids ban (AP)

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Default NYC weighing 1st trans fatty acids ban (AP)

(From Yahoo) AP - There are plenty of things in Kentucky Fried Chicken that are bad for your health — cholesterol, saturated fat and salt, to name a few. But only one has the potential to get the colonel's recipe banned in New York City.



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