dietetic food


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dietetic food

1 a specially prepared low-calorie food, often containing natural or artificial sweeteners.
2 a food prepared for any specific dietary need or restriction, such as salt-free or vegetarian food. See also dietetics.

dietetic food

Food in which the nutrient content has been modified for use in special diets, esp. for diabetics.
See also: food
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A spokesman for the Infant and Dietetic Foods Association told The Grocer: "No one brand is better or worse than any other, and as there is no risk to health there is no point in drawing attention to levels in any particular brand.
And SMA referred us to the Infant and Dietetic Foods Association, which represents manufacturers.
The applicable regulation is EU 609/2013, which has replaced the regulation on dietetic foods that was in place until June 12, 2013.
By inventing Metafolin(R), a stable form of the naturally occurring form of folate, Merck Eprova can today offer a unique ingredient for food supplements and dietetic foods.
Currently, lactose finds use primarily as a filler or sweetener, and in small amounts in infant products, dietetic foods and coffee whiteners.
He rejected claims by the Infant and Dietetic Foods Association that the adverts had been placed before the regulations came into force.
Contract notice: Delivery cytostatics, antibiotics, low molecular weight heparins, contrasts, medicines, dietetic foods 39/pn/2014.
331/2010, Ferrazone can now be added to common food products, to dietetic foods and to food supplements.