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Judge dismisses lawsuit over trans fat in KFC's chicken

A federal judge dismissed a case brought against KFC by a doctor, who claimed that the company does not tell customers that it uses trans fat to cook chicken. The case was dismissed because the judge said the doctor could not provide ample evidence of the harmful effects of the trans fat from KFC chicken.

The Washington Post added that KFC announced Monday that they no longer use trans fat in any of their restaurants.

I think more information about the lawsuit would be interesting to see in either story.