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Old 01-04-2007, 12:19 PM
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Just got this from my partner - this is an excerpt from a travel industry-wide announcement:
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MIAMI, January 3, 2007 – Royal Caribbean International will become the first cruise line to make the move toward removing trans fat from its menus beginning March 1, 2007, culminating in a fully trans-fat-free menu fleetwide by the end of this year. Effective immediately, trans-fat-free frying oil will replace the old pour-and-fry oil originally used in food preparation, and entirely-new, trans-fat-free menu options will be introduced to Royal Caribbean’s menus.

The trans-fat-free oil was put to the test onboard Navigator of the Seas last November. The conclusion was that, not only is the trans-fat-free oil healthier for guests, but it provides a better tasting product.
Royal Caribbean is working jointly with all onboard food and beverage partners as well as suppliers to ensure that a full transition to a trans-fat-free menu will take place fleetwide by the end of this year.
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Old 01-04-2007, 12:48 PM
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Thanks Chuck! I'll be sailing on the Navigator in just 57 days. I'm going to eat even more now knowing about the trans-fat-free menu.

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Old 01-05-2007, 02:15 PM
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Trans-fat-free menu, that sounds wonderful. Do you know if it will be on all ships, or just some of RCCL's?
We are planning on taking the Serenade/Adventure of the Seas ship in April, I think. Do you think all the menu will be this way, or will it be a separate menu to choose from?

Just wondering.
 
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