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On 24 April, the EU Commission adopted a new Regulation 2019/649 to set a maximum limit on the use of industrially produced trans-fat in foods in the EU. The measure aims at protecting consumers' health and providing Europeans with healthier food options.
The primary dietary source of industrial trans fats is partially hydrogenated oils. Partially hydrogenated oils generally contain saturated and unsaturated fats, among them trans fats in variable proportions (with trans fats ranging from a few up to more than 50%), according to the production technology used. Trans fats can also be naturally present in food products derived from ruminant animals such as dairy products or meat from cattle, sheep or goat.
Main elements of the Regulation:
Food which does not comply may continue to be placed on the market until 1 April 2021.
Associate (Food Law)
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