Honey and Trans Fat

Honey is a wholesome product produced by bees from the nectar of flowers. Honey is predominantly carbohydrates and does not contain any fat or trans fat.

Why doesn’t Dutch Gold’s label list Trans Fat on the Nutrition Information?

Honey qualifies for the “simplified” nutritional panel format. Since no claim is made about fat, fatty acid or cholesterol content, and the amount of trans fat is less than .5 grams, declaration of trans fat is not required in the “simplified” format.

In compliance with the FDA’s trans fat labeling rule, Dutch Gold currently meets the requirements for the simplified format.

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