McDonald's to cut trans-fatty acids in famous fries

09/3/2002 | USA Today

The fast-food chain says it plans to cut trans-fatty acids 47% in a small bag of french fries. The change is expected to occur between October and February at all 13,000 domestic McDonald's outlets, followed by chains worldwide.

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