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Why are partially hydrogenated oils being banned in Singapore?

Singapore will ban partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs), a major source of artificial trans fat found in snacks, potato chips, baked goods and fast food. Channel NewsAsia's Jalelah Abu Baker explains what partially hydrogenated oils are, and how the ban will affect you.

Why are partially hydrogenated oils being banned in Singapore?

09 Mar 2019 12:12am
Singapore will ban partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs), a major source of artificial trans fat found in snacks, potato chips, baked goods and fast food. Channel NewsAsia's Jalelah Abu Baker explains what partially hydrogenated oils are, and how the ban will affect you.

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