Examples of ingredients and that may contain  

  • vegetable mixes;
  • soup vegetables;
  • table acids;
  • soups;
  • sauces;
  • ready-made meals;
  • atjar tjampoer;
  • bami and nasi vegetables;
  • vegetable spread;
  • stew;
  • sauerkraut;
  • salads;
  • snacks;
  • carrot juice;
  • vegetable juices.

Points of attention: 

  • Angelica root is not included;
  • Other names for carrot are: (wax or forest) carrot, winter carrot, or imperator (candy carrot).
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