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Chez Moi - Ideas for Lunch
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If you know someone who would like a reminder of a healthy delicious lunch choice, use this app to find a suggestion and then send a text with the pre-populated content to anyone in your contact list … or type in any mobile phone number. This is seamlessly integrated with your Contacts, so there is no set-up required for this to be useful. Use this app for yourself, a senior, a student who studies too much and forgets to eat or as a lunch club roulette application. It is a great way to: - get more micronutrients - have fun - eat healthily - help others - connect with seniors and/or students We hope you enjoy this application. It is currently optimized for viewing on the iPhone 5, 5s, 6, 6 Plus, 6s and 6s Plus. If you have ideas for enhancements, please let us know. This was fun to develop and we would love to hear ideas of how to make it even better.

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Additives! Food Ingredients
2 day(s) ago
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Food additives are grouped by what they do. The additives that you are most likely to come across on food labels are: * Antioxidants (stop food becoming rancid or changing colour by reducing the chance of fats combining with oxygen) * Colours * Emulsifiers, stabilisers, gelling agents and thickeners (help to mix or thicken ingredients) * Flavour enhancers (used to bring out the flavour of foods) * Preservatives (used to keep food safer for longer) * Sweeteners (intense sweeteners are many times sweeter than sugar whereas bulk sweeteners have a similar sweetness to sugar) E-Numbers represent specific food additives, used by the food industry in the manufacture of various food products. These E-Numbers have been formulated by the European Economic Community (EEC) and are universally adopted by the food industry worldwide. It is known that many E-numbers contain unlisted haraam ingredients in them. Generally additives derived from animals and insects. E-numbers are reference numbers used by the European Union to facilitate identification of food additives. All food additives used in the European Union are identified by an E-number. The "E" stands for "Europe" or "European Union". Normally each food additive is assigned a unique number, though occasionally, related additives are given an extension ("a", "b", or "i", "ii") to another E-number. The Commission of the European Union assigns e-numbers after the additive is cleared by the Scientific Committee on Food (SCF), the body responsible for the safety evaluation of food additives in the European Union.