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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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Active pharmaceutical ingredients are the primary components of manufacturing effective and safe essential drugs.
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Put all ingredients in a bowl except lemon juice, apple, raisins and cranberries.
Now, however, consumers are better informed and want to know much more about their food products, including exactly what ingredients are in a product, where and how those ingredients are sourced and how they fit their specific functional needs.
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BS: We do what they did in the Japanese show, which is the that chefs are told that it will be one of five possible ingredients.
When Jessica learned that scientists have linked certain cosmetic ingredients to health risks, such as cancer, she was alarmed.
The brother-sister author duo, in this, their second cookbook, rely on many readily available, convenient and time-saving supermarket ingredients like caramel sauce, frozen puff pastry, cake mixes, tea and coffee mixes, ladyfingers, blood orange juice, chocolate-cookie pie crusts, self-rising flour, sweetened condensed milk, graham cracker crumbs, jams, ice creams, sorbets, frozen berries and more to turn out some terrific-sounding creations.
But don't count on being reminded that they're funded by the very companies whose ingredients and products must pass their review board prior to entering the consumer market.
As consumers continue to seek foods with healthy and functional ingredients, the aligning of business media covering supplement ingredients and food ingredients is natural.
It has been long known that the adjuvants (commonly and misleadingly called "inert" ingredients) may be toxic and may enhance or supplement the toxic effects of the active pesticidal ingredient.