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©2012 National Heart Foundation of Australia Slide 6 Nutrition Information Panel on oil drum provides information about oil composition…. A ‘healthier oil’, according to the Heart Foundation is one that has: Saturated fat ≤ 20% of total fat AND Trans fat ≤ 1% of total fat Total fat = 92.0g/100 ml
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