natural food additive

natural food additive
natūralus maisto priedas statusas Aprobuotas sritis alkoholis apibrėžtis Žemės ūkio kilmės maisto priedas, kurį gaminant nebuvo nieko chemiškai pakeista ir (ar) nebuvo atliktos cheminės reakcijos naudojant ne maisto kilmės cheminius junginius ir kurio sudėtyje nėra nei vienos cheminės sintezės būdu pagamintos sudedamosios dalies. atitikmenys: angl. natural food additive vok. natürliche Nahrungsergänzung šaltinis Lietuvos Respublikos žemės ūkio ministro 2003 m. rugpjūčio 5 d. įsakymas Nr. 3D-322 „Dėl Alkoholinių kokteilių terminų, gamybos ir prekinio pateikimo techninio reglamento patvirtinimo“ (Žin., 2003, Nr. 80-3673)

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