I hadn't noticed until now (finally finished the can), but my Chai Tea mix has "No Trans Fat" on it as what I can only assume is supposed to a selling point.
But how much trans fat would any tea even have?!
Normal milk is 3% butterfat, isn't it? That's not nearly as much as a lot of things that Americans will eat.
Unless you're adding some absurdly fatty milk to it or something... Like Hokkaido milk. That stuff is like whipping cream! Which is so good... *the sort of person who would drink milk fresh from a cow* Or really thick cream...
Honestly, I think people abuse how much sugar they put in their tea than how much trans fat they put in it.