Recently manufacturers were required to put trans fat ratings on their food labels; however, the labeling requirements state that amounts of trans fat less than 0.5 grams per serving can be placed on the food label as 0 grams trans fat. A manufacturer can avoid listing trans fats by keeping the serving size on the nutrition label small. Trans fats are found in hydrogenated and partially-hydrogenated oils.
This product is labeled as “Trans-Fat Free,” but foodfacts.com shows a Trans-Fat warning. Why?
March 13, 2014
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