The accuracy of Canadian Nutrient File data for reporting phosphorus, potassium, sodium, and protein in selected meat, poultry, and fish products
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The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance of France Cho, PhD, from Maxxam Analytics who provided technical support and guidance on the chemical analysis of the food products.
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