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Entry: High fat

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The fat content in the product is higher than the 'normally' expected average fat content in the specific type of product. In case of milk, it is higher than the standard fat content (defined by legislation). For meat it refers to meat cuts with high presence of fat, but not classified as fat tissue. In the case of cheese, the fat on the dry matter is > 60%

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date submitted 18 Aug 2017 10:24:29.665
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entity High fat
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item class food type | Concept
label High fat
notation A0CRE
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definition The fat content in the product is higher than the 'normally' expected average fat content in the specific type of product. In case of milk, it is higher than the standard fat content (defined by legislation). For meat it refers to meat cuts with high presence of fat, but not classified as fat tissue. In the case of cheese, the fat on the dry matter is > 60%
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notation A0CRE
pref label High fat
scope note The fat content in the product is higher than the 'normally' expected average fat content in the specific type of product. In case of milk, it is higher than the standard fat content (defined by legislation). For meat it refers to meat cuts with high presence of fat, but not classified as fat tissue. In the case of cheese, the fat on the dry matter is > 60%
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validFrom 23 Oct 2013 17:14:29.000