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Migration from NetWISP to Nutritics – a quality control procedure

  • S. Cassidy (a1), B. Phillips (a1), J. Caldeira Fernandes da Silva (a1) and A. Parle (a1)
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1.Department of Health, Food Standards Agency (2016) Guide to creating a front of pack (FoP) nutrition label for pre-packed products sold through retail outlets. London: Department of Health.
2.Van den Wijngaart, AW (2002) Asia Pac J Clin Nutr 11(2), S6871.
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5.Food Safety Authority of Ireland (2018) Monitoring of sodium and potassium in processed foods 2003–2018. Dublin: Food Safety Authority of Ireland.
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Migration from NetWISP to Nutritics – a quality control procedure

  • S. Cassidy (a1), B. Phillips (a1), J. Caldeira Fernandes da Silva (a1) and A. Parle (a1)

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