Perishable goods

PERISHABLE GOODS, Goods which are lessened in value and become worse by being kept. Vide Bona Peritura.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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She believed in him as an excellent man whose piety carried a peculiar eminence in belonging to a layman, whose influence had turned her own mind toward seriousness, and whose share of perishable good had been the means of raising her own position.
According to CEO Kim Boyce, this is the first time that the CB-40 has been used to haul perishable goods in a commercial setting.
The buy of J van de Put Fresh Cargo, which specialises in the handling of perishable goods, is expected to allow Kuehne & Nagel to improve its "fresh-to-door concept", the buyer said in a statement.
Dnata Cargo's team has the fac-ilities and capability to handle any type of cargo u even perishable goods u as it has 1,000-cubic-metre capacity chiller and freezer storage.
TTIs visualize the accumulated chill-chain history of perishable goods, offering a freshness check at a glance, increasing consumer convenience and confidence, and enhancing reputation of brands.
Those who use the service currently pay a commission of 15 per cent for perishable goods and 10 per cent for non-perishable goods.
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Perishable goods are allowed all over Manila, there is no ban on perishable goods, they are allowed 24 hours.
Emirates and Ittehad flights fly through Dubai but the airlines were reluctant to carry perishable goods like mangoes, fruit and vegetables to the US," he added.
The resulting product returns (and subsequent disposal in the case of perishable goods) destroys margins and threatens ongoing business.