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fortified with thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and iron to raise the levels of these nutrients sufficiently to protect against deficiencies. 4. Fortification to make a food self sufficient Sweets and confectioneries contain negligible amounts of vitamins. Such foods should be fortified with thiamine and niacin to make the food self sufficient in the above nutrients. The following table shows the foods and the nutrients with which it is fortified. 3.6 FOOD ADULTERATION AND FOOD LAWS Adulteration is defined as the process by which the quality or the nature of the given substance is altered. Adulteration of food may endanger health if the physiological functions of the consumer are affected due to either addition of a deleterious substance or the removal of a vital component. Adulteration means not only intentional addition of substances which adversely affect the nature of substances and quality of foods, but also their incidental contamination during
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  • Spring '12
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  • Melamine, Adulterant, chicory, Adulterants Adulterants, self sufficient Sweets

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