Los Angeles wants restaurants to begin phasing it out, and now, Marriott Hotels are giving trans fat the boot. More from the Associated Press:Not exactly a good week for trans fat. Wednesday the AP reported
Marriott International Inc. said Thursday it will eliminate trans fats from the cooking oil used by its restaurants at more than 2,300 hotels in the United States and Canada.
The world's largest hotel company by revenue said it will no longer use partially hydrogenated oils across all its brands, which include Marriott, Courtyard, Residence Inn and Fairfield Inn. Marriott has already cut the oils from breads, salad dressings, cookies, muffins and other pastries.