USA: Frito-Lay, un-fattening the nation (COMMENT)
Frito-Lay is removing trans fatty acid from its biggest chips brands, in the hope of sidestepping criticism over the waist-size of America's youth. As more evidence links food and drink manufacturers' activities to obesity rates, firms increasingly run the risk of legal action. The industry must increase its focus on finding ways to help solve the obesity problem.
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