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Which of the following is not a main reason why direct additives are used in foods? A. to maintain or improve nutritional value B. to neutralize flavor or color C. to maintain product consistency D. to provide leavening or control acidity and alkalinity
To neutralize flavor or color - is not a main reason why direct additives are used in foods.
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To neutralize flavor or color - is not a main reason why direct additives are used in foods.
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