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</td></tr><tr><td><Revised as of April 1, 2020></td></tr><tr><td><CITE: 21CFR101.13></td></tr><tr><td></td></tr></table><table><tr><td>TITLE 21--FOOD AND DRUGS</td></tr></table><tr><td><table>CHAPTER I--FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATIONDEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES</td></tr></table><tr><td><table>SUBCHAPTER B - FOOD FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION</td></tr></table><p>PART 101 -- FOOD LABELING Subcomponent A - General Provisions <table><tr><td>Sec. 101.13 Nutrient content clintends - basic ethics.</td></tr></table><table><tr><td>(a) This section and also the regulations in subcomponent D of this part use to foods that are intended for huguy usage and that are readily available for sale, including traditional foods and also dietary supplements.(b) A claim that specifically or implicitly characterizes the level of a nutrient of the form required to be in nutrition labeling under § 101.9 or under § 101.36 (that is, a nutrient content claim) may not be made on the label or in labeling of foods items unmuch less the claim is made in accordance through this regulation and also with the applicable regulations in subpart D of this component or in component 105 or part 107 of this chapter.(1) An expressed nutrient content case is any kind of direct statement about the level (or range) of a nutrient in the food, e.g., "low sodium" or "contains 100 calories."(2) An implied nutrient content case is any type of case that:(i) Describes the food or an ingredient therein in a manner that says that a nutrient is lacking or present in a certain amount (e.g., "high in oat bran"); or(ii) Suggests that the food, bereason of its nutrient content, might be helpful in maintaining healthy dietary methods and is made in association via an explicit claim or statement around a nutrient (e.g., "healthy and balanced, has 3 grams (g) of fat").(3) Except for clintends concerning vitamins and also minerals explained in paragraph (q)(3) of this section, no nutrient content clintends may be made on food intfinished particularly for use by infants and youngsters less than 2 years of age unless the insurance claim is specifically provided for in parts 101, 105, or 107 of this chapter.(4) Reasonable variations in the spelling of the terms identified in component 101 and their synonyms are allowed provided these variations are not misleading (e.g., "hi" or "lo").(5) For dietary supplements, claims for calories, fat, saturated fat, and also cholesterol might not be made on products that fulfill the criteria in § 101.60(b)(1) or (b)(2) for "calorie free" or "low calorie" clintends, other than, in the instance of calorie clintends, as soon as an equivalent amount of a comparable dietary supplement (e.g., one more protein supplement) that the labeled food resembles and also for which it substitutes, usually exceeds the definition for "low calorie" in § 101.60(b)(2).(c) Information that is compelled or allowed by § 101.9 or § 101.36, as applicable, to be declared in nutrition labeling, and that appears as component of the nutrition label, is not a nutrient content claim and also is not subject to the requirements of this area. If such indevelopment is declared somewhere else on the label or in labeling, it is a nutrient content insurance claim and is topic to the needs for nutrient content claims.(d) A "substitute" food is one that might be used interchangeably through another food that it resembles, i.e., that it is organoleptically, physically, and functionally (consisting of shelf life) equivalent to, and that it is not nutritionally inferior to unmuch less it is labeled as an "imitation."(1) If tright here is a difference in performance features that materially boundaries the usage of the food, the food might still be thought about a substitute if the label consists of a disclaimer nearby to the a lot of significant case as characterized in paragraph (j)(2)(iii) of this section, increating the consumer of such difference (e.g., "not recommended for frying").(2) This disclaimer shall be in conveniently legible print or type and also in a dimension no less than that forced by § 101.7(i) for the net quantity of contents statement, except wbelow the dimension of the claim is less than 2 times the forced size of the net quantity of contents statement, in which situation the disclaimer shall be no much less than one-fifty percent the size of the claim however no smaller sized than one-sixteenth of an inch, unmuch less the package adheres to § 101.2(c)(5), in which case the disclaimer might be in kind of not much less than one thirty-second of an inch.(e)(1) Because the use of a "free" or "low" claim prior to the name of a food implies that the food differs from various other foods of the same form by virtue of its having a reduced amount of the nutrient, only foods items that have been specially processed, transformed, formulated, or reformulated so regarding lower the amount of the nutrient in the food, rerelocate the nutrient from the food, or not incorporate the nutrient in the food, might bear such a claim (e.g., "low sodium potato chips").(2) Any case for the lack of a nutrient in a food, or that a food is low in a nutrient once the food has not been specially processed, changed, formulated, or reformulated to qualify for that insurance claim shall suggest that the food naturally meets the criteria and shall plainly describe all foods of that type and also not merely to the certain brand to which the labeling attaches (e.g., "corn oil, a sodium-cost-free food").(f) A nutrient content insurance claim shall be in form dimension no bigger than 2 times the statement of identification and shall not be unduly prominent in kind style compared to the statement of identification.(g) <Reserved>(h)(1) If a food, other than a meal product as identified in § 101.13(l), a primary dish product as identified in § 101.13(m), or food intended especially for usage by babies and also children less than 2 years of age, includes more than 13.0 g of fat, 4.0 g of saturated fat, 60 milligrams (mg) of cholesterol, or 480 mg of sodium per referral amount customarily consumed, per labeled serving, or, for a food with a reference amount customarily consumed of 30 g or less or 2 tablespoons or less, per 50 g (for dehydrated foods that have to be reconstituted before typical intake with water or a diluent containing an insignificant amount, as identified in § 101.9(f)(1), of all nutrients per recommendation amount customarily consumed, the per 50 g criterion describes the "as prepared" form), then that food must bear a statement discshedding that the nutrient exceeding the specified level is current in the food as follows: "See nutrition information for __ content" through the empty filled in through the identification of the nutrient exceeding the specified level, e.g., "See nutrition indevelopment for fat content."(2) If a food is a meal product as identified in § 101.13(l), and also contains even more than 26 g of fat, 8.0 g of saturated fat, 120 mg of cholesterol, or 960 mg of sodium per labeled serving, then that food have to disclose, in accordance via the demands as offered in paragraph (h)(1) of this section, that the nutrient exceeding the specified level is current in the food.(3) If a food is a main dish product as identified in § 101.13(m), and consists of more than 19.5 g of fat, 6.0 g of saturated fat, 90 mg of cholesterol, or 720 mg of sodium per labeled serving, then that food should discshed, in accordance with the requirements as offered in paragraph (h)(1) of this section, that the nutrient exceeding the stated level is existing in the food.(4)(i) The disclosure statement "See nutrition information for __ content" shall be in conveniently legible boldface print or type, in distinct contrast to various other printed or graphic issue, and in a dimension no less than that forced by § 101.7(i) for the net amount of contents statement, other than wbelow the size of the insurance claim is much less than 2 times the required size of the net amount of contents statement, in which case the disclocertain statement shall be no much less than one-half the size of the claim but no smaller sized than one-sixteenth of an inch, unless the package follows § 101.2(c)(2), in which instance the disclocertain statement may be in type of not less than one thirty-second of an inch.(ii) The disclocertain statement shall be immediately adjacent to the nutrient content claim and also may have actually no intervening material various other than, if applicable, other information in the statement of identity or any kind of other indevelopment that is compelled to be presented through the claim under this section (e.g., watch paragraph (j)(2) of this section) or under a regulation in subcomponent D of this component (e.g., see §§ 101.54 and 101.62). If the nutrient content insurance claim appears on more than one panel of the label, the disclosure statement shall be surrounding to the case on each panel other than for the panel that bears the nutrition indevelopment wbelow it may be omitted.(iii) If a single panel of a food label or labeling contains multiple nutrient content claims or a solitary claim recurring a number of times, a single disclocertain statement might be made. The statement shall be adjacent to the claim that is published in the largest type on that panel.(i) Except as gave in § 101.9 or § 101.36, as applicable, or in paragraph (q)(3) of this section, the label or labeling of a product might contain a statement about the amount or percentage of a nutrient if:(1) The use of the statement on the food implicitly characterizes the level of the nutrient in the food and also is continuous via a definition for a insurance claim, as gave in subcomponent D of this component, for the nutrient that the label addresses. Such a claim could be, "less than 3 g of fat per serving;"(2) The usage of the statement on the food implicitly characterizes the level of the nutrient in the food and also is not consistent through such a definition, yet the label carries a disclaimer adjacent to the statement that the food is not "low" in or a "good source" of the nutrient, such as "only 200 mg sodium per serving, not a low sodium food." The disclaimer need to be in quickly legible print or form and also in a size no less than that forced by § 101.7(i) for the net amount of contents statement other than wbelow the dimension of the case is much less than 2 times the required dimension of the net amount of contents statement, in which situation the disclaimer shall be no less than one-half the size of the claim however no smaller sized than one-sixteenth of an inch unless the package follows § 101.2(c)(5), in which situation the disclaimer may be in kind of not less much less than one thirty-second of an inch, or(3) The statement does not in any way implicitly characterize the level of the nutrient in the food and also it is not false or misleading in any type of respect (e.g., "100 calories" or "5 grams of fat"), in which situation no disclaimer is forced.(4) "Percent fat free" claims are not authorized by this paragraph. Such claims shall comply via § 101.62(b)(6).(j) A food might bear a statement that compares the level of a nutrient in the food with the level of a nutrient in a referral food. These statements shall be recognized as "family member claims" and also include "light," "lessened," "less" (or "fewer"), and also "more" clintends.(1) To bear a relative insurance claim about the level of a nutrient, the amount of that nutrient in the food have to be compared to an amount of nutrient in an proper referral food as mentioned listed below.(i)(A) For "less" (or "fewer") and also "more" clintends, the referral food might be a discomparable food within a product category that have the right to primarily be substituted for one an additional in the diet (e.g., potato chips as recommendation for pretzels, oselection juice as a referral for vitamin C tablets) or a similar food (e.g., potato chips as reference for potato chips, one brand also of multivitamin as recommendation for an additional brand of multivitamin).(B) For "light," "diminished," "included," "extra," "plus," "strengthened," and "enriched" claims, the reference food shall be a comparable food (e.g., potato chips as a recommendation for potato chips, one brand also of multivitamin for one more brand of multivitamin), and also (ii)(A) For "light" claims, the reference food shall be representative of the kind of food that has the product that bears the insurance claim. The nutrient worth for the recommendation food shall be representative of a broad base of foods items of that type; e.g., a worth in a representative, valid information base; an average value figured out from the peak three nationwide (or regional) brands, a industry basket norm; or, wbelow its nutrient value is representative of the food kind, a market leader. Firms making use of such a reference nutrient worth as a basis for a case, are forced to carry out certain indevelopment upon which the nutrient value was obtained, on research, to consumers and correct regulatory officials.(B) For loved one clintends various other than "light," including "less" and "more" clintends, the referral food might be the very same as that provided for "light" in paragraph (j)(1)(ii)(A) of this area, or it may be the manufacturer"s continuous product, or that of an additional manufacturer, that has been readily available for sale to the public on a constant basis for a considerable period of time in the exact same geographical location by the exact same business entity or by one entitbrought about usage its profession name. The nutrient worths offered to identify the insurance claim when comparing a solitary manufacturer"s product to the labeled product shall be either the worths claimed in nutrition labeling or the actual nutrient worths, gave that the resulting label is internally continual to (i.e., that the values proclaimed in the nutrition indevelopment, the nutrient values in the accompanying indevelopment and the declaration of the percentage of nutrient through which the food has been modified are consistent and also will not reason customer confusion when compared), and that the actual alteration is at leastern equal to the percent specified in the meaning of the insurance claim.(2) For foods bearing family member claims:(i) The label or labeling have to state the identity of the referral food and the portion (or fraction) of the amount of the nutrient in the recommendation food by which the nutrient in the labeled food differs (e.g., "50 percent much less fat than (referral food)" or "1/3 fewer calories than (reference food)"),(ii) This information shall be automatically nearby to the a lot of influential case. The type size shall be in accordance with paragraph (h)(4)(i) of this area.(iii) The determination of which usage of the insurance claim is in the most prominent area on the label or labeling will certainly be made based on the adhering to factors, taken into consideration in order:(A) A insurance claim on the major display panel surrounding to the statement of identity;(B) A case elsewhere on the major screen panel;(C) A claim on the indevelopment panel; or(D) A claim elsewhere on the label or labeling.(iv) The label or labeling need to additionally bear:(A) Clear and also concise quantitative indevelopment comparing the amount of the subject nutrient in the product per labeled serving via that in the referral food; and(B) This statement shall show up adjacent to the many significant case or to the nutrition label, except that if the nutrition label is on the indevelopment panel, the quantitative indevelopment might be located in other places on the indevelopment panel in accordance through § 101.2.(3) A loved one case for reduced levels of a nutrient may not be made on the label or in labeling of a food if the nutrient content of the recommendation food meets the requirement for a "low" insurance claim for that nutrient (e.g., 3 g fat or less).(k) The term "modified" may be offered in the statement of identity of a food that bears a loved one claim that adheres to the needs of this component, adhered to immediately by the name of the nutrient whose content has actually been changed (e.g., "Modified fat cheesecake"). This statement of identification have to be automatically complied with by the comparative statement such as "Contains 35 percent less fat than ___." The label or labeling should also bear the information compelled by paragraph (j)(2) of this area in the manner prescribed.(l) For functions of making a case, a "meal product shall be identified as a food that:(1) Makes a major contribution to the total diet by:(i) Weighing at least 10 ounces (oz) per labeled serving; and(ii) Containing not less than 3 40-g parts of food, or combicountries of foods, from two or even more of the following four food teams, other than as detailed in paragraph (l)(1)(ii)(E) of this area.(A) Bread, grain, rice, and also pasta group;(B) Fruits and also vegetables group;(C) Milk, yogurt, and also cheese group;(D) Meat, poulattempt, fish, dry beans, eggs, and also nuts group; except that;(E) These foods items shall not be sauces (except for foodstuffs in the above four food teams that are in the sauces), gravies, condiments, relishes, pickles, ostays, jams, jellies, syrups, breadings or garnishes; and(2) Is represented as, or is in a form commonly understood to be, a breakquick, lunch, dinner, or meal. Such depictions may be made either by statements, photographs, or vignettes.(m) For functions of making a claim, a "major dish product" shall be characterized as a food that:(1) Makes a significant contribution to a meal by(i) Weighing at leastern 6 oz per labeled serving; and(ii) Containing not much less than 40 g of food, or combinations of foods items, from each of at leastern two of the adhering to 4 food teams, except as noted in paragraph (m)(1)(ii)(E) of this area.(A) Bread, cereal, rice, and also pasta group;(B) Fruits and also vegetables group;(C) Milk, yogurt, and cheese group;(D) Meat, poulattempt, fish, dry beans, eggs, and nuts groups; except that:(E) These foodstuffs shall not be sauces (except for foods items in the over 4 food teams that are in the sauces) gravies, condiments, relishes, pickles, olives, jams, jellies, syrups, breadings, or garnishes; and(2) Is stood for as, or is in a kind commonly understood to be, a main dish (e.g, not a beverage or a dessert). Such representations might be made either by statements, photographs, or vignettes.(n) Nutrition labeling in accordance through § 101.9, § 101.10, or § 101.36, as applicable, shall be offered for any food for which a nutrient content insurance claim is made.(o) Except as provided in § 101.10, compliance with needs for nutrient content clintends in this section and in the regulations in subcomponent D of this part, will certainly be established utilizing the analytical methodology prescribed for determining compliance via nutrition labeling in § 101.9.(p)(1) Unless otherwise stated, the recommendation amount customarily consumed set forth in § 101.12(b) through (f) shall be used in determining whether a product meets the criteria for a nutrient content claim. If the serving dimension asserted on the product label differs from the referral amount customarily consumed, and also the amount of the nutrient included in the labeled serving does not satisfy the maximum or minimum amount criterion in the interpretation for the descriptor for that nutrient, the claim shall be followed by the criteria for the case as compelled by § 101.12(g) (e.g., "very low sodium, 35 mg or less per 240 milliliters (8 fl oz.)").(2) The criteria for the insurance claim shall be immediately surrounding to the many influential case in easily legible print or type and in a size in accordance through paragraph (h)(4)(i) of this section.(q) The adhering to exemptions apply:(1) Nutrient content clintends that have actually not been identified by regulation and also that are contained in the brand name of a particular food product that was the brand name in usage on such food prior to October 25, 1989, might proceed to be used as component of that brand name for such product, gave that they are not false or misleading under section 403(a) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (the act). However before, foodstuffs bearing such claims must comply via area 403(f), (g), and also (h) of the act;(2) A soft drink that used the term diet as component of its brand name before October 25, 1989, and also whose usage of that term was in compliance with § 105.66 of this chapter as that regulation appeared in the Code of Federal Regulations on that date, might proceed to use that term as component of its brand name, provided that its use of the term is not false or misleading under area 403(a) of the act. Such claims are exempt from the needs of section 403(r)(2) of the act (e.g., the disclocertain statement also compelled by § 101.13(h)). Soft drinks marketed after October 25, 1989, might use the term "diet" gave they are in compliance with the existing § 105.66 of this chapter and also the requirements of § 101.13.(3)(i) A statement that describes the percentage of a vitamin or mineral in the food, consisting of foodstuffs intfinished particularly for use by babies and also children much less than 2 years of age, in relation to a Reference Daily Intake (RDI) as characterized in § 101.9 may be made on the label or in labeling of a food without a regulation authorizing such a case for a specific vitamin or mineral unless such claim is expressly prohibited by regulation under section 403(r)(2)(A)(vi) of the act.(ii) Percentage clintends for dietary supplements. Under section 403(r)(2)(F) of the act, a statement that characterizes the percent level of a dietary ingredient for which a recommendation daily intake (RDI) or daily recommendation worth (DRV) has actually not been establimelted might be made on the label or in labeling of dietary supplements without a regulation that particularly specifies such a statement. All such clintends shall be accompanied by any kind of disclosure statement forced under paragraph (h) of this section.(A) Simple portion clintends. Whenever a statement is made that characterizes the percent level of a dietary ingredient for which tbelow is no RDI or DRV, the statement of the actual amount of the dietary ingredient per serving shall be claimed next to the percentage statement (e.g., "40 percent omega-3 fatty acids, 10 mg per capsule").(B) Comparative percentage claims. Whenever a statement is made that characterizes the percent level of a dietary ingredient for which there is no RDI or DRV and also the statement draws a comparichild to the amount of the dietary ingredient in a recommendation food, the reference food shall be plainly identified, the amount of that food shall be determined, and the indevelopment on the actual amount of the dietary ingredient in both foods shall be claimed in accordance with paragraph (j)(2)(iv) of this section (e.g., "twice the omega-3 fatty acids per capsule (80 mg) as in 100 mg of menhaden oil (40 mg)").(4) The requirements of this section execute not use to:(i) Infant formulas topic to area 412(h) of the act; and(ii) Medical foods identified by area 5(b) of the Orphan Drug Act.(5) A nutrient content insurance claim supplied on food that is served in restaurants or other establishments in which food is served for instant huguy intake or which is marketed for sale or usage in such facilities shall comply with the needs of this section and also the correct definition in subpart D of this component, other than that:(i) Such insurance claim is exempt from the needs for disclosure statements in paragraph (h) of this section and also §§ 101.54(d), 101.62(c), (d)(1)(ii)(D), (d)(2)(iii)(C), (d)(3), (d)(4)(ii)(C), and also (d)(5)(ii)(C); and(ii) In lieu of analytical experimentation, compliance may be established utilizing a reasonable basis for concluding that the food that bears the insurance claim meets the definition for the case. This reasonable basis might derive from known data bases for raw and processed foods, recipes, and various other means to compute nutrient levels in the foods items or meals and may be offered offered reasonable steps are taken to encertain that the approach of preparation adheres to the factors on which the reasonable basis was identified (e.g., kinds and also amounts of ingredients, cooking temperatures, and so on.). Firms making clintends on foodstuffs based on this reasonable basis criterion are compelled to carry out to correct regulatory officials on repursuit the certain indevelopment on which their determination is based and reasonable assurance of operational adherence to the preparation approaches or various other basis for the claim; and(iii) A term or symbol that might in some contexts constitute a insurance claim under this area may be offered, gave that the usage of the term or symbol does not characterize the level of a nutrient, and a statement that clearly describes the basis for the use of the term or symbol is prominently displayed and does not characterize the level of a nutrient. For instance, a term such as "lite fare" complied with by an astehazard referring to a note that renders clear that in this restaurant "lite fare" implies smaller sized percentage sizes than normal; or a things bearing a symbol referring to a note that renders clear that this item meets the criteria for the dietary guidance established by a well-known dietary authority would certainly not be considered a nutrient content claim under § 101.13.(6) Nutrient content clintends that were component of the widespread or usual names of foodstuffs that were topic to a traditional of identification on November 8, 1990, are not subject to the requirements of paragraphs (b) and also (h) of this area or to meanings in subcomponent D of this part.(7) Implied nutrient content claims may be used as part of a brand also name, gave that the use of the insurance claim has actually been authorized by the Food and also Drug Administration. Petitions requesting approval of such a insurance claim might be submitted under § 101.69(o).(8) The term fluoridated, fluoride added or via included fluoride might be supplied on the label or in labeling of bottled water that consists of included fluoride.<58 FR 2410, Jan. 6, 1993; 58 FR 17341, 17342, Apr. 2, 1993, as amfinished at 58 FR 44030, Aug. 18, 1993; 59 FR 393, Jan. 4, 1994; 59 FR 15051, Mar. 31, 1994; 60 FR 17205, Apr. 5, 1995; 61 FR 11731, Mar. 22, 1996; 61 FR 40332, Aug. 2, 1996; 61 FR 67452, Dec. 23, 1996; 62 FR 31339, June 9, 1997; 62 FR 49867, Sept. 23, 1997; 63 FR 14818, Mar.<br><br>See more: <a href="https://soimg.org/the-x-files-cold-cases/" title="The X-Files: Cold Cases">The X-Files: Cold Cases</a><br><br> 27, 1998; 63 FR 26980, May 15, 1998; 81 FR 59131, Aug. 29, 2016></td></tr></table> <br> <!-- <div class="tags"><a href="https://soimg.org/tags/refer+to+the+information.+the+value+of+the+"near-monies"+that+are+part+of+m2+is:">refer to the information. the value of the "near-monies" that are part of m2 is:</a> </div> --> </div> <!--/post-content--> </div> </div> </div> </div> <!----> <div class="col-md-9 offset-md-1"> <aside class="sidebar"> <div class="card mb-3"> <h6 class="card-header"><span>Related Posts</span></h6> <div class="card-body"> <ul class="list-unstyled"> <li class="mb-3"><a href="https://soimg.org/who-is-the-only-british-prime-minister-to-have-played-first-class-cricket/">Who is the only british prime minister to have played first-class cricket?</a></li><li class="mb-3"><a href="https://soimg.org/why-do-olympic-archers-swing-their-bows/">Why do olympic archers swing their bows</a></li><li class="mb-3"><a href="https://soimg.org/monarchy-and-dictatorship-are-similar-but/">Monarchy and dictatorship are similar but</a></li><li class="mb-3"><a href="https://soimg.org/which-of-the-following-is-not-a-product-attribute-or-quality-that-most-customers-prefer/">Which of the following is not a product attribute or quality that most customers prefer?</a></li><li class="mb-3"><a href="https://soimg.org/26-court-street-brooklyn-ny-11242/">26 court street brooklyn ny 11242</a></li><li class="mb-3"><a href="https://soimg.org/how-long-does-n-rage-hair-dye-last/">How long does n rage hair dye last</a></li><li class="mb-3"><a href="https://soimg.org/why-is-the-bridge-of-my-nose-twitching/">Why is the bridge of my nose twitching</a></li><li class="mb-3"><a href="https://soimg.org/it-is-what-it-is-latin-translation/">It is what it is latin translation</a></li><li class="mb-3"><a href="https://soimg.org/make-it-or-break-it-season-2-episode-13/">Make it or break it season 2 episode 13</a></li><li class="mb-3"><a href="https://soimg.org/which-of-the-following-best-describes-the-term-capital-rationing/">Which of the following best describes the term capital rationing?</a></li> </ul> </div> </div> </aside> </div> <!----> </div> </section> <style> .tags a { color: #fff; background: #909295; padding: 3px 10px; border-radius: 10px; font-size: 13px; line-height: 30px; white-space: nowrap; } .tags a:hover { background: #818182; } </style> <script type="text/javascript"> //hàm add data $(document).on('click', '.crawl', function(e){ e.preventDefault(); $this = $(this); var id = $this.attr('id-bv'); $this.html('<span class="spinner-border spinner-border-sm mr-2"></span>'); //send $.ajax({ url: "https://soimg.org/admin/post_all.php?grab", type: "POST", data: {id: id}, success: function(data){ data = $.parseJSON(data); if(data.type==='success') { location.href='https://soimg.org/refer-to-the-information-the-value-of-the-quot-near-monies-quot-that-are-part-of-m2-is/'; } else { $this.html('<b>Lỗi</b>'); } } }); }); </script> <!----------footer--------------> <div id="footer"> <a href="https://soimg.org">Home</a> <a href="/contact/">Contact - Advertising</a> <span>Copyright © 2022 <a href="https://soimg.org">soimg.org</a></span> </div> <style> #footer {font-size: 14px;background: #ffffff;padding: 10px;text-align: center;} #footer a {color: #2c2b2b;margin-right: 10px;} </style> <!----------/footer--------------> </main> <script type="text/javascript" src="//soimg.org/js/lazy-img.js"></script> </body></html>