Food Product

  • (noun): A substance that can be used or prepared for use as food.
    Synonyms: foodstuff

Some articles on food products, foods, product, food product, products, food:

Refrigerate After Opening
... is an instruction on commercial preserved food products to cool the container after it has been opened and the contents exposed to open air ... Moist foods are commonly preserved using canning and vacuum sealing to kill off any bacteria and molds, and to prevent further growth by removing oxygen ... Dry-product containers are often preserved with heating and filling the empty container spaces with an inert nonreactive gas such as nitrogen ...
Açaí Palm - Nutritional Content - Food Product
... açaí is sold as frozen pulp, juice, or an ingredient in various products from beverages, including grain alcohol, smoothies, foods, cosmetics and supplements ...
Glossary Of Diabetes - G
... Food is not digested properly and does not move through in a normal way, resulting in vomiting, nausea, or bloating ... ports in the cell wall is normally inhibited by another gene's product ... Gland a tissue which produces a product used elsewhere ...
Uses For Water Activity - Food Safety
... Samples of the food product are periodically taken from the production area and tested to ensure water activity values are within a specified range for food quality and safety ... as five minutes, and are made regularly in most major food production facilities ... They found that the values were not universal, but specific to each food product ...
The Food Marketing Mix and The Four Ps of Marketing - Product
... In deciding what type of new food products a consumer would most prefer, a manufacturer can either try to develop a new food product or try to modify or extend an ... flavored yogurt drink would be a new product, but milk in a new flavor (such as chocolate strawberry) would be an extension of an existing product ... Only after these steps will a food product make it to national market ...

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