long-life items

long-life items

[′lȯŋ ‚līf ‚īd·əmz]
(ordnance)
Ordnance items which have an estimated average service life of 5 years or more.
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Each store is donating perishable items such as fresh fruit and veg, long-life items and baked goods.
Teessiders are amongst them with some families adding a few more long-life items to theirshoppinglist every week including tins of fish and soup, bags of rice and pasta, long life milk and bottles of water kept on a storage shelf in the garage.
Customers were asked to donate long-life items to help people in need as part of their usual shop - and they were more generous than ever with an increase on the previous year's collection.
Generous customers were asked to donate long-life items as part of their usual shop and handed over more than 4,000 meals from November 29 to December 1 .
Customers were asked to donate long-life items, which are then donated to food banks and used in emergency food parcels via the Trussel Trust.
At Tesco, shoppers were asked to donate long-life items to help charities FareShare and The Trussell Trust as part of their usual shop with Tesco topping up the value of donations by 20 per cent.
Supermarket shoppers were asked to donate long-life items to help people in need as part of their usual shop with Tesco topping up the value of the customer donations by 20 per cent.
Volunteers will spread Christmas cheer by encouraging shoppers to donate one or two long-life items in store such as packets of pasta, rice, tea and tins of tomatoes.
Though the UAE Food Bank will not directly distribute food to the needy, it will act as a storage facility for non-perishable and long-life items, distributing goods to government recognised charities as and when they are needed.
The Fund focuses on low-obsolescence equipment leases, including a variety of long-life items such as rail, manufacturing, material handling, mining, construction, logging, machine tools and trailers.
US durable goods orders rose in ecember, resulting in the biggest annual increase in 10 years for manufacturers of appliances, cars and other long-life items. There was also good news on the employment front, with first-time jobless claims rising less than forecast last week.