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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently told food manufacturers to stop using partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs), the major source of artificial trans fats in processed foods ranging from nondairy creamers, to baked goods, margarine, and ...
Time · 8/25/2015
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(Between 2003 and 2012 Americans’ trans-fat consumption fell by 78 percent, according to an FDA estimate.) The new rule and your health Early research yields hopeful results: One European study estimated that a …
Yahoo Finance · 8/27/2015
The European society of cardiology (ESC) issued a welcoming statement in response to the US Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) recent ban on trans fats. "The European society of cardiology welcomes FDA decision to ban industrial trans fats," reads …
egyptindependent.com · 8/27/2015
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Trans fat is widely considered the worst kind for your heart ... The advocacy group Center for Science in the Public Interest first petitioned FDA to ban trans fats nine years ago. The group's director, Michael Jacobson, says the move is "one of the ...
The Huffington Post · ByMary Clare Jalonick · 11/7/2013
Law360, New York (August 19, 2015, 12:07 PM ET) -- A California federal judge agreed on Tuesday to stay a proposed class action over trans fat in General Mills Inc.’s baking mixes while the U.S. Food and Drug Administration mulls whether its ban on the ...
Law 360 · 8/19/2015
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The Food and Drug Administration’s move to ban trans fats aims to halt the food ... unless they are otherwise approved by FDA. In 2006, the FDA required manufacturers to declare the amount of trans fat on the food label because of these public health ...
News Max · 6/16/2015
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 · ByBrady Dennis · 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
By 2006, the FDA required food companies to include trans fat content information on the Nutrition ... announcing that they have or will cut trans fats from their products. The FDA's announced ban, then, is simply an exclamation mark on a trend that ...
The Christian Science Monitor · ByHusna Haq · 6/16/2015
While not a ban, the FDA’s move marks the first restriction on partially hydrogenated oils at the national level. It first proposed the action in 2013. Trans fats have been linked to heart disease, stroke and several other debilitating health issues.
Wall Street Journal · ByTennille Tracy ,Tennille.tracy ,Annie.gasparro · 6/16/2015