AGGRESSIVENESS OF FOOD
 GROUP VERY AGGRESSIVE MEDIUMLY AGGRESSIVE LITTLE AGGRESSIVES
pH<4,5pH  5,5 – 4,5pH 7 – 5,5
 NO SULFURANTS SULFURANTS NO SULFURANTS SULFURANTS NO SULFURANTS SULFURANTS
 Green olives black olives Chestnuts dry
 Apricots Chestnuts (in syrup) Dry dates
 Chestnuts (cream) Quince jelly Dehydrated fruits
 Cherries Jams
 Plums
 Fruit cocktail
 Strawberries
 FRUITS Figs
Apples
 Peach
 Cantaloupe
 Oranges
 Pears
 Pineapple
 grapes
 Fruit juice
 Acidified artichokes Natural artichokes Green peas Artichokes in oil
 Acidified celery Celery to the natural Broad beans
 Acidified eggplants Zucchini Corn
 Acidified mushrooms Mushroom Leeks
VEGETABLES Pickles Asparagus
 Acidified peppers Spinach
 Acidified beets Green beans
Tomato Natural peppers
 Beet
 Potatoes in brine
 Fried tomato
 Marinated tuna Natural tuna Squid in ink Anchovies in oil
 FISH Sardines In Marinade Natural mussels Sardines in oil
 Pickled mussels Natural crustaceans Tuna in oil
 Natural molluscs Mackerels in oil
 Sardines in tomato
 Sausages in brine Meatballs calluses
 Veal in sauce Birds Ham
 MEATS sausage Truffled loin
PatésLunch
 VealMortadella
 Natural beansFabada
 VEGETABLES Chickpeas in brine Chickpeas
 Lentils in brine Lentils
 Mayonnaise Pasta with sauce Oils
 VARIOUSKetchup Vegetable stew Animal feed
 Vegetable soups Coffee
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 Powdered or condensed milk

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