WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration announced plans to undertake a public survey of consumers to determine the best method of describing trans fats on food packages. The agency said it would use the information from the study to evaluate regulatory and policy options. While trans fats have been subject to declaration on Nutrition Facts panels since January of this year, the information contains inconsistencies that are at odds with other data on the panel. One possible option ...

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