Baskin-Robbins dropping trans fats.Beginning January 1, 2008, all Baskin-Robbins' offerings, including its ice cream inclusions and ribbons, will be zero grams trans fat trans fat
1. A trans fatty acid.
2. Trans fatty acids considered as a group.
A fat containing trans fatty acids. . The zero trans fats goal was announced by the ice cream chain's parent company, Dunkin' Brands Dunkin' Brands runs several chains of fast-food restaurants. History
On December 12, 2005, Pernod Ricard, who had just taken control of Allied Domecq, announced plans to sell the Dunkin' Brands group. . Dunkin' Brands also announced the formation of a Nutrition Advisory Board, comprised of leading experts on nutrition, health and wellness. "We are very proud to announce the formation of an advisory board that is represented by leading experts in the field of nutrition," said Joe Scafido, Dunkin' Brands Chief Creative and Innovation Officer. "Dunkin' Brands looks forward to collaborating with this esteemed board to further develop a broad range of high-quality menu choices to accommodate the evolving needs of our busy, on-the-go customers."
The Dunkin' Brands Nutrition Advisory Board will assist the corporation to better understand and stay ahead of health and wellness trends while enhancing the nutritional value of menu choices available in its restaurants. Specifically, the Board will assist Dunkin' Brands' management with research and perspective to aid in the development and reformulation of products that meet the evolving needs of customers while incorporating current nutritional science.
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The effort to go trans fat free predates the creation of the Nutrition Advisory Board. "We applaud the Dunkin' Brands Research & Development and Supply Chain teams, who have worked behind the scenes for nearly four years to move toward an entirely zero grams trans fat menu," said Joe Scafido. In 2003, the Dunkin' Brands Research & Development team acted independently to remove artificial trans fat from all muffins and bagels in the Dunkin' Donuts stores. Since then, the team has tested more than 28 alternative oils and proprietary blends and conducted 80 independent tests to find a suitable alternative. The R&D team has already reformulated more than 50 menu items.