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TYPES OF FOOD vegetablesfruitmeat shellfish & fish dairy products cereal legumes or pulses nuts
vegetables tomato (tomatoes) lettuceoniongarlic carrot mushrooms potato (potatoes)
fruit applebananaorange lemon peach (peaches) pearcherry (cherries) strawberry (strawberries)
meat chickenbeefpork lambbaconsausages
Fish & shellfish tuna sardinessalmon prawnsclams
Dairy products milkbuttercheese yogurt / yoghurtice cream
cereal wheatflourbreakfast cereal ricepastacorn
Legumes or pulses beansgreen beans peas
nuts almondshazelnuts walnuts peanuts coconut
Other food olive oilvinegarmayonnaise sugar salteggs
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