Just for more clarification, there is also a 100% organic label...and those foods can be labeled as such if all ingredients in the food are organic, but non-organic or synthetic ingredients are used in processing (for example, to clean processing equipment).
And if you're doing the report, I'd look at the 0.5 grams of trans fat allowed in foods labeled "trans fat free", despite clear, scientifically studied and documented links between trans fat and health issues.
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