Remember the controversy over trans fats? Well, they're out in the open now, and supermarket bakery customers don't seem to care. The fat labeling rule, in effect since Jan. 1, hasn't scared shoppers away from baked goods, according to a number of retailers and small manufacturers. Bakery customers have stopped asking questions about trans fats. If anything, they're looking for whole grain products. At the same time, bakers in some markets are having trouble finding fat substitutes that ...

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