The Debate on Transfat Labels Food processors contend it's not the government's job to tell people what they should or shouldn't eat. But the Food and Drug Administration proposes to add a warning label to foods about the dangers of transfatty acids. A source of most transfats is hydrogenated oil widely used in prepared foods. NPR's John McChesney reports.

The Debate on Transfat Labels

The Debate on Transfat Labels

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Food processors contend it's not the government's job to tell people what they should or shouldn't eat. But the Food and Drug Administration proposes to add a warning label to foods about the dangers of transfatty acids. A source of most transfats is hydrogenated oil widely used in prepared foods. NPR's John McChesney reports.