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WASHINGTON -- WASHINGTON (AP) — Heart-clogging trans fats have been slowly disappearing from grocery aisles and restaurant menus in the last decade. Now, the Food and Drug Administration is finishing the job. The FDA plans to announce later …
The Huffington Post · ByMary Clare Jalonick · 11/7/2013
The Food and Drug Administration has declared war on trans fats. The government agency said Thursday it would require food makers to gradually phase out artificial trans fats, the artery-clogging ingredient found in crackers, cookies, pizza and many other ...
Inland Newstoday · 1/28/2016
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is moving forward with its ban on trans fats, which the agency claims will prevent some 20,000 heart attacks and 7,000 deaths a year. The FDA plans to announce Thursday it will require the food industry to gradually ...
News Max · 11/7/2013
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The Grocery Manufacturers Association, which represents a large swath of the food industry and has expressed concerns over the cost and feasibility of a far-reaching ban on trans fat, said the FDA’s three-year window gives companies time to continue ...
Washington Post · 6/16/2015
The Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday that it is banning artificial trans fats from the US food supply. The agency said companies will have three years to remove trans fats, also called partially hydrogenated oils, from their products, a move ...
The Christian Science Monitor · ByHusna Haq · 6/16/2015
Trans fats will soon be extinct on supermarket shelves. The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday declared trans fats unsafe for human consumption and told food companies to get rid of them by June, 2018. This affects some of the most popular food …
CNN Money · ByAaron Smith · 6/17/2015
The Obama administration is ordering food companies to phase out the use of heart-clogging trans fats over the next three years, calling them a threat to public health. The move will remove artificial trans fats from the food supply almost entirely.
CBS News · 6/16/2015
A rack of donuts is displayed at a Dunkin' Donuts franchise in Boston. (Photo: Lisa Poole, AP) We asked our followers on Twitter what they thought of the pending FDA ban on trans fats. Comments editor for clarity and grammar. The federal government is ...
USA Today · 11/12/2013
Barely two week after announcing new quality control standards for pet food manufacturers, the agency has declared that trans fats are no longer safe to consume. A ban of the toxic substance is in the works, and the FDA will spearhead the eventual removal ...
naturalnews.com · ByMike Adams · 11/10/2013
The Food and Drug Administration is exploring a nationwide ban of trans fats in food. Removing trans fats from the "generally recognized as safe" list - a list that includes salt, sugar, and other typical substances - would be an incredible step for the FDA.
Townhall.com · ByKevin Glass · 11/7/2013