as a (E620-E625):

  • sauces;
  • soups;
  • broth;
  • ready meals;
  • low-sodium ;
  • spice mixes;
  • sprinkle flavourings;
  • marinades;
  • salads;
  • snacks;
  • processed and ;
  • salads.

Points of attention:

  • The additive glutamate, is also known as: glutamate, glutamic acid, MSG (monosodium glutamate), ve-tsin, adjinomoto, monopotassium glutamate, calcium glutamate, ammonium glutamate, E-620 to E-625;
  • Glutamic acid is also naturally present in, for , meat, fish, vegetables, cereals, tomatoes, , potatoes, soya and many types of cheese. This does not need to be indicated;
  • Carry-over of additive glutamic acid/glutamate from ingredients must be declared.
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