US: KFC is “Kentucky Fried Coronary”, consumer group claims
Kentucky Fried Chicken, a unit of Louisville-based Yum! Brands, is facing a lawsuit over its use of partially hydrogenated oil, which is high in trans-fats, in cooking. Through its use of partially hydrogenated oil, the company "recklessly puts its customers at risk of a Kentucky Fried Coronary," CSPI executive director Michael Jacobson claimed.
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