Terms on Ice Cream Labeling

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We often see labelings, when we buy ice creams in the supermarket. There are some terms on labelings. What are they exactly mean?

Ice cream: It is a frozen food made from a mixture of dairy products. There is at least 10% milkfat in ice cream.

“Reduced fat” ice cream: It contains at least 25% less total fat than the referenced product.

“Light” ice cream: It contains at least 50% less total fat or 33% fewer calories than the referenced product.

“Lowfat” ice cream: It contains a maximum of 3 grams of total fat per serving (about 1/2┬ácup).

“Nonfat” ice cream: It contains less than 0.5 grams of total fat per serving.

Source: SNOWBALLMACHINERY

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