food product


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n food product a substance that can be used or prepared for use as food
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In literature:

I am all out of sympathy with second-hand food production as pork or beef or any meat products, as you know.
"Northern Nut Growers Association Thirty-Fourth Annual Report 1943" by Various
The entire food of a household was the possible production of a farm.
"Home Life in Colonial Days" by Alice Morse Earle
Even of food-products, save corn and bacon, the dearth became desperate.
"History of the United States, Volume 4" by E. Benjamin Andrews
Closely allied with the production of silk is the mulberry-tree, the leaves of which form the staple food of the silkworm.
"The Empire of the East" by H. B. Montgomery
Surplus from food products would not pay the cost of shipment across the ocean.
"Agriculture in Virginia, 1607-1699" by Lyman Carrier
It affords many of our most delicious fungus food products.
"The Mushroom, Edible and Otherwise" by M. E. Hard
The problems of birth rate, food production, living space all would be aggravated.
"Forever" by Robert Sheckley
Next to wheat, pork products were the American food supplies most necessary to the Allies.
"Herbert Hoover" by Vernon Kellogg
Food, light necessary to production of, 332-333.
"Common Science" by Carleton W. Washburne
The Land Army Section was added in the spring of 1918 and took the place of the Food Production section.
"The History of Woman Suffrage, Volume V"

In news:

Gary's job is to prepare breakfast and lunch for Legends, assist with banquet catering production and prepare lists for daily food production.
Food and food products, steel and other primary metal products, lumber, paper, and motor vehicle parts are all significant users of rail.
Following a recall by Mars Petcare US, the stores announced it removed thecanned dog food products due to a potential choking risk.
The Natural Product Expo was held recently in Anaheim, where over 3,000 exhibitors featured ingredients, supplements, food products and more with an organic, sustainable and eco-friendly theme.
Rob Cadenhead, VP of sales and marketing for Performance Pet Products, describes his company's new line of foods, which includes some grain-free and organic products.
The company "and its employees were unfairly and unnecessarily maligned and accused of producing a food product that did not exist, a product that critics unfairly labeled 'pink slime,'" he said in a statement.
On March 23rd the GRRETA Project is hosting a one-day Recipe to Reality workshop presented by the National Food Product Development Center's Entrepreneur Assistance Program from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Check out this story from The New York Times about the United States losing is supremacy in food production because of a lack of research.
Residents overwhelmingly favor (81%) state-funded research programs for food production and farming methods at Rutgers University that benefit New Jersey's farming and agriculture.
In another study, students who recalled eating at a fast-food restaurant subsequently preferred time-saving products, such as two-in-one shampoo-over regular products.
The 14th annual Illinois Products Expo at the Illinois State Fairgrounds is a great place to get introduced to foods grown and products made in this state.
Blue Hill, Sedgwick, Penobscot, Trenton, Hope and Plymouth last year passed ordinances proclaiming that federal and state regulations hinder local food production and usurp people's rights to foods of their choice.
From farm to store to table, food production requires significant resources and energy use.
The Food Structure & Functionality Forum Division's primary goal is to unravel the relationships between food structure and the functional properties of food materials and products.
It was a win for the food industry along with farmers in Minnesota and Wisconsin as California voters rejected a vote to mandate labeling for food products that have been genetically modified.

In science:

Cellular machines – we call them proteins – perform many of the tasks we view as essential to life: the digestion of food (machines chemically break down nutrients); movement (machines in muscle fibres exert forces on each other to move that fibre); production of energy (machines that create chemical fuels) and so on.
The chaos within: exploring noise in cellular biology
From food to beauty products, from our bone joints to the gouge of tectonic faults, the dynamical properties of dense materials determine important and ubiquitous phenomena that govern our life.
Rearrangements and Dilatancy for Sheared Dense Materials
Dens et al. (2000)] Dens EJ, Van Impe JF, On the importance of taking space into account when modeling microbial competition in structured food products, Math.
Spatio-temporal Chaos and Vacuum Fluctuations of Quantized Fields
Nucleation is a very basic phenomena which plays a vital role in various material processing in industry ranging from steel production to food and beverage industries1 .
Steady-state nucleation rate and flux of composite nucleus at saddle point