If trans fats are less than 1/2 gram they can be legally ignored, thus products that have hydrogenated oils but claim zero trans fats.
WHy is the total fat too high?
1. because of rounding off of all the components.
2. because of the presences of mono and di-glycerides which are really fats but not saturated, trans, polysaturates, nor monosaturates.
If it reads hydrogenated anywhere on the label I do not buy that product. You know if it has that in it that it will have a long shelf life. Anything that last beyond what is normal, is for me, not a good idea to put inside my body.