Trans fats cap imposed on foods sold in Slovenia

Ljubljana, 4 April - A new set of rules limiting the amount of trans fats in food sold in Slovenia will take effect on Wednesday. One of the main culprits for modern disease will be limited to only 2% of the total fat content in a food item. Restaurants and food producers will have a year to adapt to the new rules.

Trans fats are found in many baked goods.
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