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how is a product fat free when it contains oils

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Question by chock
Submitted on 1/9/2004
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how is a product fat free when it contains oils

Answer by Philocrates
Submitted on 1/13/2006
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The definitions set out by the US government Fat-free: Less than 1/2 gram of fat per serving.

This may vary in other countries.  Check the governmental guidelines for labeling.  

On the philosophical level?  We won't go there. The FAQ is a practical guide for dietary requirements.


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