UK: Cadbury, Nestlé work to remove trans fats from products
The UK branch of Swiss food giant Nestlé is to remove hydrogenated vegetable fat and oil, known as trans fat or trans fatty acids (TFAs), from some of its confectionery products. "We are reformatting a small number of brands to remove or minimise the hydrogenated vegetable fat content," a Nestlé UK spokeswoman was quoted by BBC News Online as saying.
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