free from For a food label or advertising to bear a claim that it is free from fat, saturates, cholesterol, sodium, or alcohol it must contain no more than a specified (low) amount. The precise levels at which such claims are permitted differ from one country to another. In the USA the food so described must contain only a trivial or physiologically insignificant amount of the specified nutrient.
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