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Some information on this site uses 'plug-ins'. These allow you to see non-standard files. Your browser should warn you if you need to download a plug-in, and show you where you can do this. This site uses files of the following file types:


html This stands for hypertext mark-up language and is the basic file format used on the Internet. This page is in html format. We aim to make as much information as possible available in this format. Sometimes data may be made available in the following alternative formats:


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Adobe has also produced a plug-in to allow users who are blind to read pdf documents. It is called Acrobat Access plug-in and can also be found on the Adobe website.


If you have problems opening pdf documents, you might find it easier to download the files to your computer. If you wish to download the file to your computer, please follow this procedure: 1. place your cursor over the link 2. click the right hand button of your mouse (PC only) 3. select 'save target as' from the drop-down menu 4. choose a location on your computer to save the file 5. click the 'save' button You will now be able to open the document in Acrobat Reader on your own computer.


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We want this site to be accessible to all users. If you prefer a text-only version, simply select 'Text only' from the foot of the right hand column. If you are a visually impaired user with a screen reader, you should have been offered a text-only option when you first opened the site. Adobe have produced a plug-in to allow users who are blind to read pdf documents. See Acrobat Access for more information. Access keys are provided to help you if you have difficulty in using pointing devices such as a mouse or if you prefer to use keyboard shortcuts. You can see a list of access keys available on this site on the Access keys page.


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Images are used under licence from various image disks, the copyright information is as follows: © BananaStock Ltd Getty Images Goodshoot.com Hemera Photo-Objects. Copyright © 2004 Food Standards Agency and its licensors. All rights reserved.


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