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Food: From Natural to Processed

4. Food: From Natural to Processed Concepts • Living things have basic needs. • All foods that humans eat begin in a natural state. • People eat some foods in their natural state (unprocessed) and some in a processed state.

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Global Production and Yield

September 2003 FAS/USDA Horticultural & Tropical Products Division 1 Processed Tomato Products Outlook and Situation in Selected Countries For Marketing Year (MY) 2003/04, tomato paste production in selected countries is expected to rise in response to low ending stocks.

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Salt Content of Foods • 1 Sodium Levels in Processed Foods alt—sodium chloride—is perhaps the deadliest ingredient in the food supply. While a small amount of sodium is necessary for health, the amount in the typical American diet is a major cause of high blood pressure, or hypertension.

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7/97 Food And Agricultural Industry 9.6.1-1

7/97 Food And Agricultural Industry 9.6.1-1 9.6.1 Natural And Processed Cheese 9.6.1.1 General 1-3 The United States is one of the largest producers of cheese in the world.

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Composition of Foods Raw, Processed, Prepared USDA National ...

Composition of Foods Raw, Processed, Prepared USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 23 September 2010 U.S. Department of Agriculture

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Requirements of Processed/Packaged Foods and Baked Goods

Ch. 13: Processed/Packaged Foods and Baked Goods 13-1 Requirements of Processed/Packaged Foods and Baked Goods The term "processed food" means any food other than a raw agricultural commodity and includes any raw agricultural commodity that has been subject to processing, such as canning ...

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GAO-09-680G Assessing the Reliability of Computer-Processed ...

Preface Page 1 GAO-09-680G Preface Computer-processed data from outside sources are often central to audit reports. While these data are simply another type of evidence to rely on, assessing them may require more technical effort than other types.

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WHY CHOOSE WHOLE FOODS ?

Many people advocate avoiding processed foods completely due to the toxic nature of additives or the reduced nutritional value. If you do use processed or refined products, ...

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U.S. Processed Foods Trade Surplus Over $4.5 Billion in 1995

T he U.S. processed food industry reached a net trade surplus of $4.6 billion in 1995—an 87-percent increase from 1994 (table 1). In 1995, the United States exported $29.4 billion and imported $24.8 billion worth of processed foods, continuing a processed foods trade surplus begun in 1992.

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Indian Processed Food Industry

Sector Coverage April 15, 2008 Analyst - Nisha Harchekar [email protected] Sectors - FMCG, Pharma, Entertainment Indian Processed Food Industry

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