- Asda - part of the US-based Walmart retailing giant, is committed to removing hydrogenated oil from its own food products.
- Co-op re-affirms promise to label trans - almost a year after its original commitment in February 2005.
- Sainsbury - moving towards trans-free - but how fast?
- Waitrose - has made its strongest commitment yet to remove hydrogenated oil from its own brand products.
- Tesco, Britain's biggest retailer, has committed to remove hydrogenated oil from its own brand products!
- Marks & Spencer - M&S promises to be HVO-free by mid 2006.
- Write to a food company! - this page contains a sample letter that you can use as is, or adapt as you wish, when writing to food company to persuade them to remove trans fats / hydrogenated oil from their products.
- tfX complaint to the ASA about the Co-op - tfX claims "success" - the Co-op is to begin labelling trans fat quantities on its own-brand foods, even through the ASA ruling has gone in favour of the Co-op. This follows the tfX complaint of May 28 2004.
- Press Release: Co-op to label trans fats - tfX claims 'success'. Dated 8 February 2005.
- Complaint to ASA about the Co-op: additional material - adding weight to the original complaint of 28 May 2004, alleging that the Co-op's general failure to label trans fats falls short of its promise to "tell the whole truth" on its own-brand product packaging. Submitted 6 October 2004,
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