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For the purposes of Chapter 3717-1 of the Administrative Code: (1) Additive.(a) "Color additive" has the meaning stated in the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, section 201(t) (as amended on August 2, 2004) and 21 C. of the Revised Code provided the processing is not subject to regulation as stated in paragraphs (B)(4)(a) and (B)(4)(b) of this rule. (b) "Food additive" has the meaning stated in the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, section 201(s) (as amended on August 2, 2004) and 21 C. (4) "Approved source" means a food is from:(a) A processor that is inspected by a federal food safety regulatory agency or equivalent, the Ohio department of agriculture under Chapter 3715., 911., 913., 915., 917., 918. of the Revised Code, or other recognized food regulatory agency of another state responsible for food safety; or (b) A cottage food production operation as defined in division (A) of section 3715.01 of the Revised Code, or an exempt processor of maple syrup, honey, or sorghum as specified in division (A) of section 3715.021 of the Revised Code; and that is in compliance with the provisions of Chapter 3715.Lettuce refers to those plants comprising the genus Lactuca.

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Lettuce is considered to be a poor source of nutrients (Bender and Bender 2005).

While it is rich in calcium, iron, and somewhat vitamins A and C (Herbst 2001), and has many of the same nutrients as other green vegetables, it contains these mostly in smaller amounts (Katz and Weaver 2003).

The oil from large lettuce seeds are used for cooking. The milky liquid in Lactuca sativa and its wild relatives, called latex, contains sesquiterpene lactones, which are the active ingredients in preparations used as a sleep inducer and sedative (Katz and Weaver 2003).

Lettuce also is used in folk medicine to treat such ailments as coughs, nervousness, tension, and pain (Katz and Weaver 2003).

The most common characteristic of all these plants is an inflorescence or flower head; a densely packed cluster of many small, individual flowers, usually called florets (meaning "small flowers").

The composite nature of the inflorescences of these plants led early taxonomists to call this family the Compositae.

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In some countries, lettuce is typically eaten cold and raw, in salads, hamburgers, tacos, and many other dishes.

In some places, including China, lettuce is typically eaten cooked and use of the stem is as important as the use of the leaf.

Lettuce belongs to the Asteraceae (or Compositae) family, which is known as the aster, daisy, or sunflower family.

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