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In a document about suppliers of food there is a table with the heading "product". The table then contains the following headings:
THT na opening
I know that THT means "best before", but does anyone know what USP's are in the context of food? It could be an English acronym OR a Dutch one (like THT) as there are English acronyms used elsewhere in the document that are obviously universally accepted/used.
There is nothing else in the table as the supplier has to fill in the information next to each of these headings.
Thanks for the response to my query! I have not entered this translation into the glossary as I have not found out yet from the agency whether USP does mean this in the context of food. 2 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer