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The LanguaL 2017™ Thesaurus  -  Systematic Display


 Updated 2018-06-12

 

FTCP0023
Descriptor    DIETARY CLAIM OR USE
Synonym(s)dietary food; dietary use; food for dietary use; food for special dietary use; special dietary food 
Scope noteThis term is for CLASSIFICATION ONLY; DO NOT USE term in indexing. Use a more precise narrower term. 
Description 
Renamed from *FOOD FOR SPECIAL DIETARY USE* [LanguaL 2008]. These descriptors are used either for foods intended for special dietary use as defined in 21 CFR 105 or for foods that have special characteristics indicated in the name or labeling. Such claims would include 'low calorie', 'low cholesterol', 'diet' or 'dietetic', etc. Prior to february 1992, this category of descriptors was limited solely to food for adult humans. The category is now used in conjunction with any appropriate *CONSUMER GROUP* descriptor(s), for example, 'low sugar baby food' would be indexed by *INFANT OR TODDLER FOOD* as well as by *LOW SUGARS FOOD*.
 
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A. PRODUCT TYPE

B. FOOD SOURCE

ALGAE, BACTERIA OR FUNGUS USED AS FOOD SOURCE

ANIMAL USED AS FOOD SOURCE

AMPHIBIAN OR REPTILE

ANIMAL (MAMMAL)

FISH OR LOWER WATER ANIMAL

POULTRY OR GAME BIRD

TERRESTRIAL INVERTEBRATE

CHEMICAL FOOD SOURCE

FOOD SOURCE NOT KNOWN

LIQUID AS FOOD SOURCE

PLANT USED AS FOOD SOURCE

C. PART OF PLANT OR ANIMAL

EXTRACT, CONCENTRATE OR ISOLATE OF PLANT OR ANIMAL

PART OF ALGAE OR FUNGUS

FRUITING BODY

PART OF ANIMAL

PART OF PLANT

PART OF PLANT OR ANIMAL NOT APPLICABLE

PART OF PLANT OR ANIMAL NOT KNOWN

E. PHYSICAL STATE, SHAPE OR FORM

F. EXTENT OF HEAT TREATMENT

EXTENT OF HEAT TREATMENT NOT KNOWN

HEAT-TREATED

HEAT-TREATED, MULTIPLE COMPONENTS, DIFFERENT DEGREES OF TREATMENT

NOT HEAT-TREATED

G. COOKING METHOD

COOKED BY DRY HEAT

COOKED BY MICROWAVE

COOKED BY MOIST HEAT

COOKED WITH FAT OR OIL

COOKING METHOD NOT APPLICABLE

COOKING METHOD NOT KNOWN

METHOD OF HEATING CONTAINER

REHEATED

SCALDED OR BLANCHED

H. TREATMENT APPLIED

COMPONENT REMOVED

COMPONENT SUBSTITUTED

FOOD MODIFIED

INGREDIENT ADDED

NO TREATMENT APPLIED

TREATMENT APPLIED NOT KNOWN

WATER ADDED OR REMOVED

J. PRESERVATION METHOD

K. PACKING MEDIUM

NO PACKING MEDIUM USED

PACKED IN EDIBLE MEDIUM

PACKED IN GAS OTHER THAN AIR

PACKED WITH AEROSOL PROPELLANT

PACKING MEDIUM NOT KNOWN

PACKING MEDIUM, OTHER

VACUUM-PACKED

M. CONTAINER OR WRAPPING

N. FOOD CONTACT SURFACE

P. CONSUMER GROUP/DIETARY USE/LABEL CLAIM

CONSUMER GROUP

CONSUMER GROUP NOT APPLICABLE

CONSUMER GROUP NOT KNOWN

DIETARY CLAIM OR USE

ARTIFICIAL INGREDIENT-RELATED CLAIM OR USE

COLOR-RELATED CLAIM OR USE

FLAVOR- OR TASTE-RELATED CLAIM OR USE

GENERAL LABEL CLAIM

HEALTH-RELATED CLAIM OR USE

NO DIETARY CLAIM OR USE

NUTRITION-RELATED CLAIM OR USE

ORGANIC FOOD CLAIM OR USE

OTHER INGREDIENT- OR CONSTITUENT-RELATED CLAIM OR USE

OTHER SPECIAL CLAIM OR USE

PRESERVATIVE-RELATED CLAIM OR USE

PROCESSING-RELATED CLAIM OR USE

RELIGION- OR CUSTOMS-RELATED CLAIM OR USE

SWEETENER-RELATED CLAIM OR USE

FOOD ALLERGEN LABELLING

LABEL OR LABELING CLAIM

R. GEOGRAPHIC PLACES AND REGIONS

Z. ADJUNCT CHARACTERISTICS OF FOOD




 News
NEVO-Online 2019

2019-11-19
New edition of Dutch food composition database NEVO-online: compositional data on more than 2150 food items - 2019. See NEVO website.
 
USDA ARS FoodData Central

2019-10-01
USDA's Beltsville Human Nutrition Research Center (BHNRC) has established FoodData Central. Available at fdc.nal.usda.gov.
 
UK Composition of Foods online

2019-05-23
Food Databanks National Capability extended dataset based on PHE’s McCance and Widdowson’s Composition of Foods Integrated Dataset.
 
Composition of foods integrated dataset (CoFID) 2019

2019-05-22
McCance and Widdowson’s 'composition of foods integrated dataset' on the nutrient content of the UK food supply. Available from Public Health England's website.