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Riboflavin, also known as vitamin B2, was first isolated in an unadulterated form in 1933 and was first synthesized in the laboratory approximately two years later. Since that time, synthesized riboflavin has been included in a variety of enriched foods, such as milk and cereal, and has been marketed as a vitamin supplement as well.

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