Trans fatty acids in a range of UK processed foods.

@article{Roe2013TransFA,
  title={Trans fatty acids in a range of UK processed foods.},
  author={Mark A Roe and Hannah Pinchen and Susan D. Church and Selvarani Elahi and Margaret Urban Walker and Melanie Farron-Wilson and Judith L. Buttriss and Paul M Finglas},
  journal={Food chemistry},
  year={2013},
  volume={140 3},
  pages={
          427-31
        }
}
A survey to determine the trans fatty acid content of a range of processed foods was carried out in response to recent reformulation work by the food industry to lower the artificial trans fatty acid content of processed products. Sixty two composite samples, made up of between 5 and 12 sub-samples, were collected in 2010 and were analysed for fatty acids, and a range of nutrients. The foods analysed included pizza, garlic bread, breakfast cereals, quiche, fat spreads, a range of fish and meat… CONTINUE READING

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