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Composite product

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Jul 02, 2021

What is a composite product?

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Jul 02, 2021

A composite product is defined in legislation as a foodstuff intended for human consumption that contains both processed products of animal origin and products of plant origin, examples of composite products include cheese and ham pizza, salmon and broccoli quiche, mayonnaise (made with pasteurised egg). If the animal product ingredient is not processed (e.g. raw meat in a pie, honey with nuts), then the food is not a composite product but is a food of animal origin.

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