Food firms don't like proposed trans-fat labeling

03/17/2003 | BayArea.com

The FDA is considering requiring food companies to note how much trans-fatty acid is in any given product. Companies recognize that they probably will need to label their foods eventually, but currently disagree with the proposed warning -- which reads, "Intake of trans fats should be as low as possible" -- and argue a recommended daily allowance has not yet been set for the fats.

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