Some question need for Colo. ban on trans fats in schools

02/8/2012 | Pueblo Chieftain (Colo.), The

A proposal in Colorado to ban trans fats from being served in schools is unnecessary, according to the heads of nutrition departments in two school districts. They say new federal school-nutrition standards that take effect this year include a ban on trans fats. Instead, they say, the state proposal could become burdensome and costly for schools -- some of which already adhere to a ban on trans fats.

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