Well, in an indirect way:
City Wants to Ban Some Fatty Foods in Restaurants
"Thousands of city eateries may have to revise their recipes for French fries, doughnuts, cookies, and other baked goods under a proposal by the Bloomberg administration to ban the use of trans fats in all restaurants across the five boroughs...
"Dunkin Donuts said it would also look at the proposal, while Krispy Kreme issued a statement saying it was "very proud" of its signature "Hot Original Glaze" doughnuts, which contain 200 calories and contain trans fat."
I don't think this kind of proposal would be quite so popular in my part of the country. A few years back, there was a bill in the Georgia legislature that would've *required* restaurants serving iced tea to serve sweet tea. It didn't pass, but it got a fair amount of support (and some derision).