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January 4, 2006

Valdosta - Starbucks is dropping the trans fats from its pastries.

The worlds largest specialty coffee retailer has cut out the trans fats in doughnuts, muffins and other treats served at 50 percent of their stores in cities including New York, Boston, and Seattle.

And they're working with bakers, including those in Georgia to have all their stores trans-fat-free by July 2008.