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  • abbr. L-cysteine when used as a improving agent

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Examples

  • He reveals: "I worked with a lab that extracted E920 from my hair, which is used as a bread improver, they then got E280 from my sweat, which is used by manufacturers to stop cakes going mouldy, E1105 from my tears, which we used neat, as a preservative, E507 was extracted from my vomit, and is used in sugar, and E422 was extracted from my body fat and used in the icing."

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  • In the third quarter, the Group's net income was E920 million, reflecting good resilience for the business lines in a climate of intensified financial crisis and worsening economic conditions.

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  • +19. 2\% in loans to SMEs +8. 5\% in residential mortgage loans Shareholders 'equity (Group share): E64. 2 billion Net income (Group share): Third quarter: E920 million First nine months of 2008: E2,516 million Crédit Agricole S.A. A solid, resilient, responsive model Shareholders' equity (Group share): E42. 2 billion Net income (Group share): Third quarter of

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