Where in Food Can We Find Trans Fats?

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Nov. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Olivia Sterns reports on trans fats in foods on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

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Trans fat are common in donuts.

Are they that common?

They are a -- they often make fries crispy.

You find them in baked goods and cake mixes.

Microwave popcorn.

They may take -- things taste good.

It is the partially hydrogenated oils.

Burger king makes breaded chicken patties.

Those have those partially hydrogenated oils.

Tocco bells cinnabon delights -- taco bell's cinnabon delights.

Is this going to have a huge impact?

It is a drop in the bucket for the few -- for the food industry.

The good news is they can do it.

They have seen this coming.

Mcdonald's has already figured out a way to make their fries crispy by taking out the trans fat.

Oreo took there's took -- took theirs out.

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