Product Data - D12451
PackagingProduct is packed in 12.5 kg box.
Formulated by E. A. Ulman, Ph.D., Research Diets, Inc., 8/26/98
*Typical analysis of cholesterol in lard = 0.72 mg/gram.
Research Diets, Inc.
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D12450B, D12451, D12492 The "Original High Fat Diets"
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