high, rich in, or excellent source of

high, rich in, or ex·cel·lent source of

(hī, rich, ek'sĕ-lĕnt sōrs)
These terms, when used in food labeling, mean that, according to F.D.A. regulations, the food so labeled contains at least 25% more of a given nutrient or ingredient than a similar product.
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