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This was also the only store we visited that sold any store brand drinkable yogurts.
The makers of the new drinkable sunscreen say their product allows for 30 times more sun exposure "than normal."Its listed ingredients are distilled water and "multiple vibrational frequency blends."WebMD reports that a 100-ml bottle of UV Neutralizer, either tan-enhancing or non-tan-enhancing, sells for $30 online.
The Gulf is also home to dozens of offshore oil rigs and loading facilities which could pose a threat to drinkable water supplies in the event of a large leak like the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010.
London, June 8 ( ANI ): NASA scientists have revealed that the Opportunity rover has made new discoveries about early water on Mars which may have been drinkable.
much more refreshing, drinkable beverage than most of these double IPAs.
We proved that seven months ago when our drinkable kefir flew off the shelf during the Fall 2011 Collection shows, and that's why we're returning with both drinkable and frozen kefir.
* A contract for supply of drinkable water for the inhabitants of Na'awan villages in Najran villages in Najran Region, at a cost of SR 924,000.
IT SOUNDS like a pretty crazy idea to pack wooden barrels of beer into a hot and damp boat for six months and ship it half way across the world - and expect it to be drinkable at the other end.
According to TurkStat, the amount of drinkable milk in November went down 8.4 percent when compared to the previous month and was recorded as 91,863 tons.
Experts identified a fault in the steam plant, which affected the propulsion and desalination system that makes sea water drinkable, according to a national newspaper.
Summary: The world's oldest drinkable champagne was corked on Wednesday in Mariehamn, Finland, after nearly two centuries under water.