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fromage frais

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‘fresh cheese’; soft, unripened cheese, 80% water, made from skimmed or semi-skimmed milk, and which may include added cream; 1–8% fat; a 100‐g portion of 8% fat variety is a rich source of vitamin B12; a good source of vitamin B2; a source of protein and vitamin A; contains 8 g of fat, 30 mg of sodium, 90 mg of calcium; supplies 115 kcal (470 kJ). See also quark.

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