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confection

a medicinal drug sweetened with sugar, honey, etc.
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Kernels infected by rust can be damaged and discolored and are therefore unlikely to meet grading standards established by the industry for confection sunflower seeds.
Its current business is about 55% confection and 45% health products, but it expects the proportion of health products to grow to 60% in over the next five years.
com); premium chocolates and confections from Fannie May[R] confections brands (www.
Lot 5: canvas fabric mongrel 48% cotton 52% linen, Ecru deliver the workshop SEP-RIEP Confection CD Muret (31).
These addictive treats begin with crisp salty pretzels that are enrobed in sumptuous white confection coating, then adorned with sugar crystals for a festive appearance; perfect for hostess or holiday gifting.
Summary: Dubai's International Confections and Chocolate Exhibition/Conference will be held in November 2009, Moj New correspondent reported from United Arab Emirates.
HALLOWEEN GOODIES: See's Candies: Sweeten Halloween celebrations with some special confections from See's Candies.
Last in the lineup is a sweet, chewy confection that is somewhat reminiscent of a candy - and popular in Italy this time of year - panforte.
com)-- French inspired children's clothing line Petit Confection made its debut on Tuesday, May 4 in New York City.
I'm probably the only person in the world who lost a job over confection.
But, for the first 2,000 years of its life span, chocolate was a bitter beverage, much more like coffee than a confection,'' notes Jonathan Haas, an anthropologist at the Field Museum in Chicago, where the exhibit originated.
owns controlling interest and manages various companies in the confections industry that specialize in chocolate production, confection technology, mold production, and specialty advertising.