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- abbr. L-cysteine when used as a improving agent
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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."
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.
+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