Olestra is a fat substitute that adds no fat, calories, or cholesterol to products. It
has been used in the preparation of otherwise high-fat foods such as potato chips
Foods made with olestra include all of Lay's light potato chip products and
Pringles' fat-free potato chips. Olestra, also called by its brand name Olean, was ...
CSPI Warns Consumers About Frito-Lay “Light” Chips with Olestra. “WOW!”
Chips Have New Name, But Same Old Side Effects, Says CSPI. October 25, 2004
Producers of olestra-contained products ( P&G, Frito-Lay, Nabisco),
governmental agencies and many scientists and dietitians support the use and
sale of ...
Apr 9, 2014 ... Olestra, which was marketed under the brand name Olean, was a dieter's ... Lay
rebranded Wow! chips as “Light” products, presumably to get ...
Snack foods made with olestra have been tremendously popular with consumers
and products include Frito-Lay's WOW!™ potato and tortilla chips (Lay's®, ...
May 27, 2016 ... "The day P&G brings out Olestra it will be in potato chips, cookies, french fries—
endless products," one analyst predicted in 1990. "We're talking ...
Aug 20, 2013 ... Due to an FDA decision ten years ago, olestra-containing products no longer
need to carry that warning label about “loose stools,” which made ...
A. Olean is the brand name for "olestra," an amazing new fat substitute from
Procter ... A. Olean is one of the most-tested products to ever gain FDA approval,
In 1998 sales of products containing Olestra had hit a high, but by 2000 sales of
Olestra products had slumped, probably because Olestra foods were required to