The saturated fat content on our nutritional label is a result of what naturally occurring fat content is in each of the raw materials.
For example if carrot has a saturated fat content of x when it is eaten the same fat content is put in the nutritional label.
We do not add any saturated fat, palm oil or any other trans fats to our products, it's all naturally occurring.
These naturally occurring fats in the foods that we dry are very important for the human body, not all fats are the same.
The fact is, all saturated fats are not created equal
The operative word here is "created," because some saturated fats occur naturally, while other fats are artificially manipulated into a saturated state through the man-made process called hydrogenation ?