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- Allgood, G.S.; McAvoy, D.C.; Woltering, D.M.
- Environmental toxicology and chemistry 1997 v.16 no.3 pp. 586-600
- Algae, etc ; Food and Drug Administration; agricultural soils; bacteria; biodegradation; chemical oxygen demand; cooking fats and oils; databases; earthworms; environmental assessment; environmental impact; fat replacers; fish; half life; ingredients; landfills; mammals; mineralization; physical properties; potato chips; risk; savory; septic systems; sludge; snacks; sucrose polyester; sugars; terrestrial ecosystems; total suspended solids; toxicity; vegetable oil; wastewater; wastewater treatment; water solubility; zooplankton; Show all 35 Subjects
- ... Olestra is a new noncaloric food ingredient made from sugar and vegetable oil combined in such a way that it is not digested or absorbed. Olestra will be used to replace the cooking fat and oils used to make savory snacks such as potato chips. An environmental assessment (EA) was conducted to determine whether or not this consumer use of olestra would result in adverse impacts to the environment. ...