Mexico Bans Trans Fat in Foods

 Mexico Bans Trans Fat in Foods

Last week marked the commencement of Mexico’s ban on trans-unsaturated fatty acids, a move that has been in the pipeline since the law got the green light earlier this year. It’s a pretty big deal, and the specifics are still being ironed out, leaving some in anticipation of what’s to come.

So, what’s on the chopping block? Well, a whole bunch of our favorites like cakes, cookies, whole milk, popcorn, donuts, frozen pizza, potato chips, and fried chicken are all taking the hit. It’s a sweeping change that’s going to shake up what’s on the shelves and what’s not.

Several brands are feeling the heat from this new regulation, and it’s expected that there will be a few legal battles brewing as companies might challenge the law in court. It’s definitely going to be interesting to see how this all unfolds.

Stay tuned, folks! We’ll keep you posted on all the developments as the rules and regulations continue to take shape. Whether you’re a foodie or just curious about the legal drama, there’s bound to be more to come on this culinary curveball.


  • Good step forward. What about all the products branded by American companies that contain trans fats and high fructose sugars such as breakfast cereals? If they ban those, there will be nothing left on the shelves.

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