Supermarkets to reduce saturated fat in products

Sainsbury's have pledged to cut saturated fat in recipes. Credit: Chris Radburn/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Sainsbury's, Tesco and Morrisons have pledged to reduce saturated fat from a number of products after a new health warning.

A new poll by Sainsbury’s suggests 84% of adults have no idea how much saturated fat they should eat a day.

Other companies are also on board, with Nestle promising to change the recipe of its Kit Kat bar.

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Saturated fat warning

Over four in five adults have no idea how much saturated fat they should eat ever day, a new poll has warned. Several supermarkets have committed to reducing levels of saturated fat in their products.