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Food labels saying 'no trans fats' 84% incorrect

Turns out those food labels that say 'zero grams trans fat' may not really mean zero.
CDC researchers compared nutrition labels on packages to the ingredient lists..
They found, 84% of products touting zero grams trans fat actually contained partially hydrogenated oil, a type of trans fat.
The claim can be made because the FDA permits manufacturers to label products as zero trans fat -- if a serving size contains less than half a gram.

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