I am mad everytime I pick up a product which is labeled 0 trans fats and has hydogenated fats in the ingredients. They are allowed to do this as they have a threshold or limit on the amount that is considered zero. Doesn't zero mean non? My doctor has told me that he wants his patients to consume no hydrogenated fats. That these are trans fats and are unhealthy in any amount. He told me to treat it like poison. I think we all need to ask our representatives in congress to change the law so that they cannot lie any longer. Also the whole grain labeling is bad and whole wheat labeling. Much of the labeling is deceiving labeling. My husband has never figured it out and is bringing home breads that are not whole grain or whole wheat but he thinks they are because of the labels Anyone agree?