Girl Scouts Gone Wild
While I was talking to her, I checked online. Yes, the ingredients lists of the cookies (at least the varieties I checked) still include hydrogenated oils. Yes, they still claim zero trans fats.
Again, I call on the Girl Scouts of America to stop teaching their members to lie just to make a sale. Ok, the FDA has said it is ok to claim zero grams of trans fats even if there is a small amount. But that does not make it right to teach these young girls that it is ok to make a sale based on a false claim.
What did I do? Ok, I admit, I bought four boxes. But that doesn't mean I'm going to eat them.
Hmm, maybe I should set up a table down at the mall and sell them. I would certainly have to put a health warning on them, though.