This Popular Ingredient Has Now Been…Banned?
Do you absolutely love doughnuts, ready-to-bake biscuits and cinnamon rolls, crackers, microwaveable popcorn, frozen pizza, coffee creamers and canned frosting? Well get ready to see a change in these products and more.
Why? Because U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently announced it will significantly limit and, more or less, ban manufacturers from using one of the main ingredients that give these foods their texture and taste.
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What Exactly Are Trans Fats?
Trans fats are a byproduct of partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) that form when hydrogen gas is bubbled through oil. PHOs were developed in the 1950s for use by cooking manufacturers who found that these oils also increased the shelf life of processed foods.