British Columbians Ask Restaurants To Hold The Trans Fats

Eight-In-Ten (79%) British Columbians Say Trans Fats Should Be Banned In RestaurantsSurvey Also Examines British Columbians’ Ethical Eating Habits

Friday, August 17, 2007

Vancouver, BC — Late last year, New York City’s Board of Health voted to make New York North America’s first city to ban the use of trans fats at restaurants. Now, a new Ipsos Reid poll reveals that most British Columbians would favour a similar ban in their province. Eight-in-ten (79%) British Columbians say they agree that...

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British Columbians Ask Restaurants To Hold The Trans Fats

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Dave Pierzchala
SVP, Managing Director
Ipsos Reid
Karen Beck
Associate Vice President
Ipsos Reid