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Question 1: The oil is pressed from seeds, purified, hydrogenated, and then fortified and colored, either with a synthetic ________ or annatto.

Question 2: By the 1980s, most provinces had lifted the restriction, however, in ________ it was not legal to sell butter-colored margarine until 1995.
British ColumbiaCanadaQuebecOntario

Question 3: Bans on adding color became commonplace in the U.S., Australasia and ________; and, in some cases, those bans endured for almost 100 years.
United KingdomCanadaBarbadosUnited States

Question 4: The color bans, drafted by the butter lobby, began in the dairy states of New York and ________.
PennsylvaniaNew JerseyMassachusettsDelaware

Question 5: Margarine has a particular market to those who observe the Jewish dietary laws of ________.
HalakhaHasidic JudaismJudaismKashrut

Question 6: During WWII ________, only two types of margarine were available in the UK, a premium brand and a cheaper budget brand.
Rationing in the United KingdomRationingUnited KingdomCuba

Question 7: The ________ lifted the margarine ban in 1948 in the Margarine Reference.
Governor General of CanadaNational Gallery of CanadaPolitics of CanadaSupreme Court of Canada

Question 8: In the countries closest to the fighting, dairy products became almost unobtainable and were strictly ________.
RationingUnited KingdomCubaRationing in the United Kingdom

Question 9: The ________ states that healthy people should not consume more than 300 mg of cholesterol each day.
New Drug ApplicationDrug developmentFood and Drug Administration (United States)Pharmacovigilance

Question 10: Margarine that doesn't contain dairy products can also provide a ________ substitute for butter.
VeganismPhysicians Committee for Responsible MedicineVegetarianismVegan Society

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