Pressure on food manufacturers to remove artery-clogging trans fats
linked to heart disease from foods continues in the US and Europe.
In response to increasing demand and imminent labelling rules in
the US, food ingredients players...
Anticipating growing pressure on UK food manufacturers to cut the
trans fats from food products, UK fudge and toffee ingredients firm
Food Design joins the growing number of ingredients companies to
offer alternatives, launching a...
Meat processor Tyson will cut trans fats from a range of meat
products, the meat titan said this week joining other US food
makers pressed to remove this artery-clogging ingredient from their
product ranges. Across the pond, investment...
Controversial new rules in the US on the labelling of trans fatty
acids (TFAs) on food products continue to meet with opposition from
food manufacturers. On Thursday the National Food Processors
Association - the industry body - voiced...
From the beginning of June this year Denmark will become the first
country in the world to introduce restrictions on the use of
industrially produced trans fatty acids. The move follows an
extensive review of all current knowledge...
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) this week re-launched the
thorny debate on the use of trans fatty acids in food processing,
and the labelling thereof, when it reopened the comment period for
a proposed rule first published...
Food manufacturers are increasingly coming under pressure from
consumer groups for the use of trans fatty acids, a type of fat
linked to heart disease, in foods. Groups, both in Europe and in
the US, are committed to seeing manufacturers...
In Europe and the US consumer groups are keen to see food
manufacturers reduce the use of trans fatty acids in foods, a type
of fat linked to heart disease. A move this week by fast food giant
McDonalds is will be seen as a step in...