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food enrichment
Subject Category
Q Food and Human Nutrition
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Scope Note
Use for addition of a nutrient to a processed food to replace losses of the nutrient that occured during processing; For addition of a nutrient to a food to increase the nutrient content above natural levels USE food fortification.
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Used For
nutrient enrichment (food)
Broader Term
food processing
Narrower Term
nutrient improvement
Related Term
enriched foods
food additives
food composition
food fortification
food processing quality
nutrient content
public health
enriquecimiento alimentario
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