Mass. schools ban deep-fat fryers, regulate trans fats

08/23/2012 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

As schools in Massachusetts implement new federal guidelines for school meals this year, the state also is preparing to launch its own standards. The state regulations, which took effect Aug. 1, ban deep-fat fryers from school kitchens, limit trans fats, require schools to offer free water all day and restrict serving sizes and calorie content.

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