The law prohibits foods containing industrially-produced trans fat from being used in menu items or food products sold in "food shops," except for those that are pre-packaged and served directly to the consumer, or those that are labeled as containing zero grams trans fat.
Law is part of the health code.
See section 241.42 (c )(3), referring to documentation requirements.
A civil offense and shall receive a warning on the first offense; on the second offense, shall be fined one hundred fifty dollars ($150.00); on a third offense shall be fined two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00); and beginning with the fourth offense, shall be fined three hundred fifty dollars ($350.00) and each day a violation occurs shall be a separate offense. (§ 241.42(e)). See also § 241.99.
Part Two, Health Code; Title III, Food and Food Products; Chapter 241, Food Shops. History: Ord. No. 474-11 (Foods Containing Industrially-Produced Trans Fat Restricted); and Ord. No. 1233-15 (passed 11-9-15, eff. 11-11-15).