SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- In California, this year's Cinco de Mayo holiday will be one "low-fat fiesta," especially if the state's Department of Health Services has anything to do with it. The department is targeting the popular Mexican holiday under its Project LEAN (Low-fat Eating for America Now) campaign to help drive home the point to consumers about healthy eating. Project LEAN has designed a brochure, newsletters, recipes, radio tag lines and artwork for posters and grocery bags that ...

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