WHO Announces New Certification Program To Recognize Countries For Efforts To Eliminate Trans-Fatty Acids From National Food Supplies

WHO: WHO announces certification program for trans fat elimination
“A new WHO Certification Program for Trans Fat Elimination aims to recognize countries that have eliminated industrially produced trans-fatty acids (TFA) from their national food supplies. This is the first-ever certification program that will recognize countries for their efforts to eliminate one of the main risk factors for noncommunicable diseases and protect their populations from premature death…” (11/17).

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