Table of Contents
|The Chemical Nature of Foods||3-5|
|What Is a Food Additive?||6-6|
|Situations in Which Food Additives Are Acceptable||7-7|
|Situations in Which Food Additives Should Not Be Used||8-8|
|Common Types of Intentional Food Additives||9-15|
|Some Potential Sources of Incidental Additives||16-19|
|The Safe Use of Food Additives||20-30|
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