lot batch

lot batch

[′lät ‚bach]
(analytical chemistry)
lot
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Talking of chenin blanc, Aldi has released its latest Lot batch of exclusive wines this week and of the four wines, there is one white, Old Bushvine Chenin Blanc 2015 (PS9.99), which is described as "rich, bitingly fresh, tropical and textured".
Series consists of the following modules: raw meat receiving, spice room receiving, production planning, raw mixing, precook/post cook, lot batch mixing, pack out/palletizing, tracking & recall, and lot & process yield.
*IRBP continues to have a constructive dialogue with the FDA on moving the Remune BLA forward & towards approval contingent upon commercial manufacturing of the three lot batches required for licensure & approval.
The company usually has about 25 percent of its lot batches presold before it begins to, purchase building permits.