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ingredient

noun aspect, component, component part, constituent, constituent part, content, element, essennial part, factor, feature, fragment, fundamental part, inteeral part, member, pars, part, section, sector, unit, unit of composition, vital part
See also: characteristic, component, constituent, detail, element, feature, inherent, item, member, part, portion, segment
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Hamamelis virginiana (Witch Hazei)-Derived Ingredients - 8 ingredient - Safe with non-irritating and non-sensitizing caveats
On the basis of type of manufacturers of active pharmaceutical ingredient, the market can be categorized as in-house active pharmaceutical ingredient manufacturing and active pharmaceutical contract manufacturing.
Ingredient confusion also impacts brand trust and purchase behavior.
By partnering with ingredient suppliers, they could set themselves up to be at the forefront of ingredient trends, whether that means incorporating vegan protein sources into store brand snack bars, removing gluten from bakery products or something else.
We kind of psych them out, but they don't know until the dome comes up which ingredient they're getting.
It's possible to make delicious desserts in a jiffy with few ingredients.
As a result, according to Susan Roll of the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition, "one-third of personal-care products contain ingredients classified as possible human carcinogens.
Virgo president Jenny Bolton said the purchase "is an important part of our plan to expand our reach beyond serving the supplement ingredient market into the food ingredient side of the business.
At that time, Monsanto was making advertising claims about the toxicity of the Roundup products based on data from tests on the active ingredient alone.
The Institute of Food Technologists' annual meeting and expo is a great place for the product development folks in our readership, particularly the food chemists, to meet and learn the latest from their ingredient suppliers.
Previously, such sub-ingredients did not have to be listed if they were part of a compound ingredient that made up less than 25% of the product, whereas now all such allergenic ingredients will have to be declared.
A recent restructure of the Ingredients business with Dairy Crest cheese trading operation has opened opportunities for cheese to become an integral part of the ingredient product portfolio.