Food Additives and Labeling

Food additives are substances that are included in food to maintain or enhance its freshness, safety, flavour, texture, or appearance. Some food additives, such as salt (found in meats like bacon or dried fish) or sugar (found in marmalade), as well as sulphur dioxide, have been used to preserve foods for hundreds of years (in wine). A product's fundamental information, including any substances that are known to cause allergic responses, is provided on the food label.

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