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Title: Sulphur dioxide in meat (PDF file) (Links to English resource)
Summary: Sulphur dioxide is a chemical used as a preservative in some foods, such as meats. This fact sheet lists the meat products that are allowed to contain a certain amount of sulfur dioxide and the products that are excluded and occur a penalty if it is used incorrectly.
Organisation: NSW Food Authority
Last reviewed: February 2020
Target audience: General
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