As a reminder for quick information on labeling trans fats: The FDA's regulation, which has been years in coming, requires food producers to list the item on a separate line immediately after the listing for saturated fat. The first major change to labels in a decade, the rule is expected to spur competition among manufacturers for the increasingly savvy consumer market. The rule does not take effect until January 2006, but the FDA is encouraging manufacturers to begin revised labeling as soon as possible. The ruling produced a firestorm of controversy between food industry groups, who praised the ruling, and consumer groups who claim it doesn't go far or fast enough to protect or educate consumers in the dangers of trans fatty acids. Kraft, Nestle UK and other major food manufacturers are already developing methods of reducing trans fats that appear on the labels of their products.