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Labeling dairy foods under NLEA: new products, new opportunities






Nutrition labeling handbook: 415-427

Labeling dairy foods under NLEA: new products, new opportunities

Regulations applicable to the use of nutrient content claims (descriptors) for milk products are discussed.


Accession: 002646506



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