natural food


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natural food

[′nach·rəl ′füd]
(food engineering)
A type of food that is prepared with minimum processing and contains no preservatives or artificial additives.
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In 2014, the Beverages segment was the largest end-user segment for natural food flavors and colors market across the globe, followed by Bakery & Confectionary, Dairy & Frozen Products, and Meat segments.
Natural food colors as part of the food industry have stringent regulation pertaining to their use in food grade or human contact application which is expected to act as a potential restraint for market growth.
The fast-growing organic and natural food market is the highlight of the Middle East Natural & Organic Products Expo (MENOPE 2008), to be held from November 16 to 18 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Low-Fat Garden Vegetable Lasagna by Cedarlane Natural Foods
Greenlife is a full service natural food store with a daily hot bar, smoothies, juices, made to order sandwiches, sushi, a full service dell, meat department, organic & local produce, beer & wine, and a wide array of nutritional supplements.
The natural food retailing superstars do much more with new staff than Old World "make-sure-you-smile" field training.
In an unusual missive, store owners Bob Goldberg and Paul Lewin have asked customers for continued support as they struggle against a new competitor, natural foods giant Whole Foods Market Inc.
After an exploration of what the term 'natural' means in the context of food ingredients, part one focuses on natural food colourings, low-calorie sweeteners and flavour enhancers, followed by a consideration of natural antioxidants and antimicrobials as food ingredients.
Recently, I was speaking with a group of natural food retailers about the ongoing merger of healthy and gourmet fare into a new hybrid category of products and stores.
Natural food distributor United Natural Foods has announced the appointment of Rick D.
For example, extracting compounds out of foods and concentrating them, outside their natural food environments, can be toxic.
The number of supermarkets with natural food units also increased in 1984 to 2,500, up from 2,200 the year before, according to Natural Foods Merchandiser, a leading health food trade publication.