Bob should be right that Giordano's should differentiate between the dough and the fats (most likely Koshered margarine) used to grease the pans. Another way to ask the question is to ask whether their dough contains trans fats. The FDA is reportedly on the verge of taking certain products with trans fats off of its GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) list, so every food producer on the planet is aware of trans fats and how they have become universally despised by consumers and regulators alike. Trans fats can only exist for hydrogenated oils. There are no trans fats for liquid oils, like soybean oil. It is still possible that the trans fats at Giordano's are kept below 0.5 grams per serving, which can be reported as zero, but let's wait to see what Giordano's actually says, if it responds to Bob.