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products with comparable ingredients (or similar ingredients)
Highlighted Ingredient: An ingredient, component, class of ingredients, or flavour in a food, which has its presence suggested or emphasized through the use of words, pictures or graphics.
The definition for "highlighted ingredient" applies to foods as defined by the FDA. It includes ingredients, components of ingredients and classes of ingredients viewed as valuable, beneficial or otherwise desirable for the common food purposes of satisfying hunger, thirst, taste or texture modification but, for the purposes of these guidelines, does not include herbs/spices and seasoning ingredients such as leeks, onion, garlic, hot peppers, etc. (when added for seasoning), nutrients, phytochemicals (whether added or naturally occurring) or products regulated as natural health products.
Similar Ingredient: A non-highlighted ingredient, component or group of ingredients present in a food that belongs to the same class or has some of the same characteristics as the highlighted ingredient. It is added for the same purpose or to fulfill at least one of the primary functions of the highlighted ingredient such that a similar ingredient can generally replace the highlighted ingredient to form the same food (Also see section 5 of Annex 1 on Other Functions and Incidental Additions).
The following are examples of ingredients that could be considered similar ingredients when an ingredient has been highlighted: (Note: the list is not exhaustive).
Highlighted Ingredient Examples of Ingredients that could be considered Similar Ingredients
Peaches, such as dried, frozen, pureed, etc. Other fruits such as fresh strawberries, frozen cherries, dried apples, pear puree, apple pieces, etc.
In general, raw diets that contain little starch will have digestibility coefficients (percentages) that are slightly higher than those of a dry food made with comparable ingredients. However, if the raw food contains uncooked plant starches (potato, tapioca, corn, etc.), digestibility values will decrease because of the inability of dogs ...
As urbanization increases in less industrialized countries, high-technology oilseed ingredients or comparable ingredients from other plant sources may play a larger role in increasing nutritional well-being.
Part of the appeal of fast-food chains is the consumer's expectation that the food prepared in all outlets will conform to uniform procedures, using comparable ingredients (often from the same source).
For consumers, our products offer 30-50 percent savings versus advertised brands with comparable ingredients and performance. For retail customers, our store brand products generate substantially more profit than the national advertised brands and offer great value to their customers.
The manufacturing process is changing as a result. Nestlé is removing the artificial flavors and colors in their existing recipes. Instead, they’re replacing them with comparable ingredients that are drawn from natural sources. One example the company gave in the crunchy center of the BUTTERFINGER, which is an essential part of that snack’s appeal. The artificial colors and ingredients currently in them will be replaced in part by annatto, the seeds of the achiote tree. Another example is that natural vanilla will be used in place of vanillin in the CRUNCH bar.
| Johannes Gleim|
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