Re: Trans Fat Question
If anything in the ingredient list starts with "Partially Hydrogenated..." then the food has trans fats. Like aunjudyg said, if a "serving size" contains less than 0.5g, the manufacturer can call it 0g. I think some wise mind in the government has said to be healthy, the typical adult should eat no more than 1.5g trans fats per day. So while a serving of PRACTICALLY ANYTHING MADE BY THE KRAFT COMPANY may have 0.4g of trans fats, if you eat a couple handfuls, call it 3 servings, you are getting 1.2g of trans fats instead of the 0g you have been lead to believe.