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alcoholic beverage

[‚al·kə′hȯl·ik ′bev·rij]
(food engineering)
A potable preparation containing ethyl alcohol.
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He also accused the Alcoholic Beverages Association of Kenya of failing to regulate the sale of alcohol thereby allowing unscrupulous businessmen to supply illicit alcohol.
Households` annual expenditure on alcoholic beverages is roughly equivalent to their expenditure on medical products, appliances and equipment, and slightly higher than what they spent on social protection or education in 2016.
Under the new law, drinking of alcoholic beverages is prohibited within five meters from riverbanks, public parks and beach areas.
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The report provides data to help companies in the Flavored Alcoholic Beverages industry better understand the changes in their environment, seize opportunities and formulate business strategies.
The bill aims to restrict place and time for sale of alcoholic beverages in Kazakhstan.
Prices of education, alcoholic beverages and tobacco remained stable, according to DSC data.
After a bill restricting the sale of alcoholic beverages was approved by Parliament on May 24, the new statement about warning labels for alcoholic beverages, which was released by the Tobacco and Alcohol Market Regulatory Agency (TAPDK), described three graphic warning signs and a written message that will be placed on bottles containing alcohol.
According to an official source of the Royal Oman Police the police investigators had received information from their informers that a group of people were storing a large amount of alcoholic beverages and peddling the contraband in Muscat area.
Food scientists and analytic chemists describe the basic principles of sensory analysis and consumer research methods, and how they can be applied to alcoholic beverages generally, then to specific fermented and distilled beverages.
56 per cent increase, while the category comprising alcoholic beverages and tobacco recorded a 1.