artificial flavours

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A synthetic substance added to food to improve its flavour or to restore the flavour lost in processing. They are the most common type of food additive, widely used in savoury foods. As a result of public concern, many manufacturers are replacing artificial flavours with natural ones, such as vanilla and spices.

Subjects: Medicine and Health.

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