Trans Fat Labeling Should Help Product Comparisons, FDAer Claims
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA will conduct an "educational campaign" over the next couple of years to teach consumers about trans fat and what to consider when buying products that contain the substance, according to San Francisco District Office Public Affairs Specialist Janet McDonald, PhD
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