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Both were eager to help, but they indicated in so many words that their organizations were trying to simplify the point for consumers that they should beware of partially hydrogenated vegetable oils because of their trans fat content.
Amount of hydrogenated vegetable oil is unknown and but there's no excuse for adding it at all.
Several low-linolenic soybean oil options are currently available to the food industry, providing alternatives to partially hydrogenated vegetable oil.
Bernard Matthew's Turkey Twizzlers Turkey (34 per cent), water, pork fat, rusk, coating (sugar, rusk, tom powder, wheat starch, dextrose, salt, wheat flour, potassium chloride, hydrogenated vegetable oil, citric acid, spices, onion powder, malt extract, smoke flavouring, garlic powder, colour e160c, mustard flour, permitted sweetener e951, herb, spice extracts, herb extracts) Vegetable oil turkey skin, salt, wheat flour, dextrose, stabiliser e450, mustard, yeast extract, antioxidants, E304, E307,E330, E300, herb extract, spice extract, colour E162.
FSA: Trans fats can be formed during the process of hydrogenation, which means that some foods that contain hydrogenated vegetable oil also contain trans fats.
Some comes from the partially hydrogenated vegetable oil in the crust, but most is tucked into the "low-moisture part-skim mozzarella cheese substitute," which consists largely of water, casein (a milk protein), and partially hydrogenated soybean oil.
But with the usual raft of stabilisers, added starch and protein and unhealthy hydrogenated vegetable oil you get in most nuggets.
The products are all made with more than 65% fruit and vegetables and are free from artificial preservatives, additives, E-numbers, hydrogenated vegetable oil and processed sugar.
Restaurant French fries typically are par-fried in partially hydrogenated vegetable oil at a processing plant before being frozen and shipped.
This is partially hydrogenated vegetable oil (not butter) but it's arguably just as bad as it harbours trans fats that can harm the heart.
Watch out when dining out-foods that are fried in partially hydrogenated vegetable oil are labeled "cholesterol free" or "cooked in vegetable oil.
395 calories, 16g fat Highest in unhealthy hydrogenated vegetable oil, so bad for your heart.