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Don’t get too attached to your movie-theater popcorn, folks: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is expected to release a final ruling that “all but” bans trans fats any time now, reports Politico. There may be some …
Reason · ByPeter Suderman · 5/20/2015
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The Food and Drug Administration is expected to ban the ingredient from our food in the next couple weeks. PEORIA - Say good bye to trans fats. The Food and Drug Administration is expected to ban the ingredient …
Central Illinois Proud · 5/20/2015
The agency first announced its plan back in 2013. And, any day now, the FDA is expected to announce a final rule that could amount to a near ban of trans fats. "The time is long overdue to get trans fats out of the food …
NPR News · 5/22/2015
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(NBC) - There may soon be a near total ban on trans fats. The Food and Drug Administration could make an announcement as early as this week. Trans fats were used in a wide variety of foods for decades because they boost shelf life. However, research …
KGNS · 5/19/2015
The FDA is expected to announce a ban on almost all trans-fats found in packaged foods, baked goods and fried foods. Nutritionist and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health at NYU joins NewsNation. ... more ...
MSNBC · 5/18/2015
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
While the food industry has argued that the limited amount of trans fats left in their products is safe for consumers, leaders have been working on a pitch to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that would allow …
Opposing Views · 5/20/2015
Peter Suderman at Reason sums it up nicely. At least indirectly, then, FDA food regulations helped make the use of trans fats more common—yet now the agency is trying to ban the same fats its earlier work likely have encouraged. Meanwhile, it ...
pjmedia.com · 5/18/2015
prompted by new nutrition labels introduced by FDA in 2006 that list trans fats and an increasing number of local laws that have banned them. Though they have been removed from many items, the fats are still found in processed foods, including some ...
Daily Mail · 11/8/2013
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