It’s been a long time coming, but today’s the day the city’s ban on trans fat expands from spreads and frying oils to everything served in a restaurant, with the exception of foods served in the manufacturer's original packaging, such as crackers. The city’s anti-trans fat website has plenty of trans facts for restaurateurs and diners, and Sal Picinich of Carlo's Bakery in Hoboken tells the Post that “anyone who needs their trans-fats fix should know we're only a short drive or PATH ride away.”
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