Trans Fat Banned Under New FDA Rule
November 7, 2013 / /
The US Food and Drug Administration announced today it will take steps to curb the use of partially hydrogenated oils from processed foods. The Agency proposed a new rule that would deem PHOs, a primary source of trans fat, no longer generally recognized as safe (GRAS). GRAS is a legal standard to determine the safety of food additives.
Posted in FDA News Update, FDA Q&A and tagged with ADMINISTRATION, DRUG, FAT, FDA, FOOD#R, GENERALLY, GRAS, RECOGNIZED, SAFE, TRAN, TRANS
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