Multiple stakeholders are affected by this policy. These include New York City patrons, restaurants, the New York Health Department, and public health officials. The Department of Health received 2,200 comments in favor of this policy and 70 comments in opposition. The New York Health Department and public health officials are in favor of this policy. Both groups are responsible for the health of New York City residents. The presence of trans fat in foods creates a dangerous health risk to restaurant goers. Eliminating trans-fat will help minimize preventable hazards to health (1).
New York City patrons will have varied opinions on this policy. Many will be in favor of the policy; however, some will strongly oppose it. Restaurants are likely to oppose this policy. Trans fat has certain properties that make it well suited for commercial food production. Foods containing trans-fat have greater stability, longer shelf life, and cost less (2). Unfortunately, these advantages are reached at the expense of human health. In order to make strides towards a healthier country, America has to be ready for change. Changes to city regulations are the first step.
In order to get stakeholders on board with the policy change, it will be important to provide them with information that lead legislators to the creation of this policy. Educational resources, such as pamphlets, should be distributed. The city should hold information sessions explaining the potential hazards behind the overconsumption of trans-fat...
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5. Jacobson, Michael. "Trans Fat Drop Huge Public Health Progress, Says CSPI ~ Newsroom ~ News from CSPI ~ Center for Science in the Public Interest." Trans Fat Drop Huge Public Health Progress, Says CSPI ~ Newsroom ~ News from CSPI ~ Center for Science in the Public Interest. CPSI, 18 Feb. 2012. Web. 5 Dec. 2013.
6. Caruso, David. "The Washington Post."Washington Post. The Washington Post, 27 June 2007. Web. 5 Dec. 2013.
7. Bloomberg, Michael, and Thomas Frieden. "The regulation to phase out artificial trans fat." New york city health code. New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, n.d. Web. 2 Dec. 2013.
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