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decomposition

[dē‚käm·pə′zish·ən]
(chemistry)
The more or less permanent structural breakdown of a molecule into simpler molecules or atoms.
(geochemistry)
(mathematics)
The expression of a fraction as a sum of partial fractions.
The representation of a set as the union of pairwise disjoint subsets.
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Furthermore, sensitivity analysis of the shelf life of perishable products is presented to explore the applicability of this paper.
Through its Perishable Donations Partnership, Kroger aims to help divert food that would otherwise go to waste to help feed the nearly 49 million people in the U.S.
Wide price fluctuations also lead to speculation, which impact retail market rates." He said: " It has been decided to create a corpus of ` 500 crore or provide working capital to eligible agencies to enable procurement of horticulture produce." The Ministry of Agriculture has already prepared the draft operational guidelines for the fund to procure and distribute perishable horticultural commodities.
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UNFI's CEO Steven Spinner has said that natural protein and speciality perishable product will play a key role in the future of the company, which plans to build out its national perimeter product offering from the acquired capabilities.
"Moving perishables has become a global business with sophisticated logistics requirements," says Thomas Mack, Head of Global Air Freight, Schenker AG.
Time and temperature-sensitive healthcare products suffer a certain stigma classified as perishable cargo, that left unchallenged, will probably never change in the airline industry.
5 July 2012 a[euro]" Swiss-headquartered transportation and logistics company Kuehne & Nagel International AG (ETR:KNIA) has signed an agreement to acquire Canadian freight forwarder Perishables International Transportation Inc (PIT).
Successful transportation of perishables takes a high degree of skill, careful handling, meticulous organisation and sophisticated systems, facilities and equipment.
have offered perishable groceries in to-go containers for years.
The Finnish Food Marketing Association (FFMA) reportedly said on Tuesday (8 March) that Finnish perishable goods sales had decreased by 6.3% year-on-year in January 2005.
"Therefore, it is very important for archaeologists to pay attention to the fragments of perishable material culture that do survive."