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confection

a medicinal drug sweetened with sugar, honey, etc.
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has acquired US-based confection products manufacturer Hillside Candy, the firm said.
A spokesman for the CFS said, "While investigating a food complaint, the CFS collected a sample of soft green tea ice-cream from a licensed restaurant with an endorsement for selling frozen confections in Tseung Kwan O for testing.
Traditional Persian nougat is one of the world's oldest and most delicious confections.
Trois ouvriers de chantier ont trouve la mort, samedi apres-midi a Sfax, a la suite de l'effondrement du toit d'un atelier de confection, alors qu'ils etaient en train de le reparer.
The proprietor behind Winston & Julia , Nini Jerman, came up with the idea while researching an alternative to confections filled with sugar, butter and cream.
The USDA inbred line HA-R6 is one of the few confection sunflower lines resistant to rust.
Best of all, adds Kennedy, the compelling benefits of Mars and Wrigley's energy-efficient and highly affordable LED-lit racks facilitate a rising-tide-lifts-all-boats reward for the entire front end confection category.
TIC Gums introduced their TicaPAN Quick Crunch to the European confection industry during ProSweets Cologne 2013.
Caramel has always been our signature confection," notes Stuart Sorkin, president of the company best known for its jumbo gourmet caramel apples.
Natasa Savevska from the textile cluster says that foreign buyers are mostly interested in female confection and some of them are interested in manufacture of products, made by ecological materials.
is an innovator of the direct print photo confection process.
The aim of this study was to structuralize and technical to develop the confection of anatomical models in biscuit, as well as evaluating the implantation of same as tool of support to the practical lessons of Human Anatomy.