products of animal origin

products of animal origin
gyvūniniai maisto produktai statusas Aprobuotas sritis gyvūninio maisto gamyba ir prekyba apibrėžtis Iš gyvūnų gauti ir (ar) pagaminti maisto produktai: mėsa ir valgomieji jos subproduktai, paukštiena, žuvys, vėžiagyviai, moliuskai, pienas ir jų gaminiai, naminių paukščių kiaušiniai, natūralus medus. atitikmenys: angl. products of animal origin vok. Erzeugnisse tierischen Ursprungs pranc. produits d'origine animale šaltinis Lietuvos Respublikos žemės ūkio ministro 2009 m. gegužės 15 d. įsakymas Nr. 3D-357 „Dėl Prekybos savos gamybos žemės ūkio ir maisto produktais viešose vietose rekomendacijų aprašo“ (Žin., 2009, Nr. 61-2443)

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