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Composition and energy content of meat products from Thuringia. 1. Protein, fat and gross energy



Composition and energy content of meat products from Thuringia. 1. Protein, fat and gross energy



Fleischwirtschaft 84(7): 100-106



The very high fat consumption of people in Germany necessitates the evaluation of the composition of the most common meat products and, where necessary, to renew the data in nutrient tables. A total of 191 meat products from 13 producers were investigated. They represented 18 known and frequently sold products, i.e. 5 sorts of raw sausage and 5 types of sausage from cooked meat each and 4 sorts of cooked sausage (bologna type and meat loaf) and 4 types of pieceable cured products.

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