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Legal. Prepackaged food products: key mandatory (Consumer Code): trade name, list of ingredients, net quantity, date until which the foodstuff retains its specific properties (BBD) and indication of special storage conditions, batch manufacturing, name or business name and address of manufacturer or packer or a seller established within the EU, place of origin or provenance if its omission is likely to cause confusion on the real origin of the commodity, instructions for use if necessary. Information: canned appertisées: Technical Center of the conservation of agricultural, 44, rue d'Alesia, 75682 Paris Cedex 14. frozen and frozen products: Federation of Industries and businesses users low temperatures (Ficur), 18, rue de la Nursery, 75008 Paris.

Evaporated milk and dry: the word "instant";% fat by weight relative to the finished product (except skim milk) and% fat dry milk from the milk cans partially or totally dehydrated; method dilution or reconstitution mention UHT concentrated unsweetened, net quantity (in unit mass), the date until which the product retains its properties.

Deadline for optimum use (BBD). Unencrypted Indicates the date until which the product retains its best qualities, nutritional and organoleptic. Mandatory for qu'altérables other commodities: canned, semi-preserved, frozen food, frozen, ice, ice creams and sorbets, etc..

Nota :The product can be marketed after the BBD on the packaging. The shelf is the responsibility of the manufacturer. The organoleptic qualities of the product are not guaranteed beyond the BBD.

Deadline consumption (DLC). Must be on perishable foods (milk, meat, deli products). Expressed by one of the "use by ..." or "eat until the date shown ..." followed by an indication of where it appears on the label.

Legal restrictions. Those suggesting or implying that a food can prevent or cure disease. A product beneficial to health can only obtain the visa PP (publicity product).

Signs of quality (guaranteed announced). Red Label: Premium. Farming: organic production. Certification of compliance: the specifications defined by the producers and the industry. Appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC): a link between product and the terroir. Logos Europe. Protected Designation of Origin (PDO): equivalent to the AOC. Protected Geographical Indication (PGI): criteria less restrictive than those of the AOC.

Average rations per day (gross weight, in g) 3-6 years 6-10 years 10-14 years 15-20 years Male average with strong activity 1 Laborer Old
Meat 50 75 90 125   80   100   55
Fish 20 25 40 50   15   25   15
Eggs 10 10 15 25   20   20   10
Milk 600 600 500 500   350   400   400
Cheese 20 25 40 30   40   50   30
Butter 20 20 25 20   15   20   10
Fat - - - 10   15   20   10
Oil 10 15 15 15   15   20   10
Bread 100-150 200-250 250-300 500   400   500   250
Farinaceous 25 30 35 35   35   50   35
Potatoes 175 220 265 350   300   350   285
Fresh vegetables 200 250 275 350   300   350   285
Dry vegetables 40 40 50 30   25   30   25
Fresh fruit 10 100 150 170   150   200   150
Fruits - - - 10       5
Sugar 40 40 45 40   40   40   25
Jams - - - 20   20   20   20
Chocolate - - - 10   10   10   5
Wine (one liter) - - - 1/4  2 1/4  2 1/2  3 1/4

Nota : (1) PFor women, reduce the quantities of 10 to 15%. (2) 1 / 2 l (3) to 1 liter Source: Food Rations balanced by Lucia Randoin, Pierre Le Gallic, Jean Causeret and Georges Duchene (Lanore J., ed.).


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