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GRAS

abbr.
generally recognized as safe (US Food and Drug Administration label)

GRAS

abbreviation for generally recognized as safe.

generally recognized as safe

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GRAS

A food or herbal additive that has not been formally evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) but, on the basis of long experience in its use or the testimony of experts, is thought not to cause harm when it is consumed.
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It is said to mimic the scent of the rose fields in Grasse, and is a crowd pleaser for fans of floral scents.
Grasse, which is part of the French Riveria, lies to the southeast of the country, just north of Cannes and to the west of Nice, and is known as France's top perfume producer.
Le choix de la Tunisie pour cette premiere escale se justifie au regard de ses avancees realisees en matiere de democratie, des libertes et de son attachement aux valeurs de la paix, du dialogue et du respect mutuel entre les cultures et les civilisations", avait declare, De Grasse, lors d'un entretien avec la ministre du tourisme Selma Elloumi-Rekik.
BOOK IT NOW easyJet operate regular flights to Nice from where trains can be taken to Grasse, usually via Cannes.
Present at the meeting were Shahzad Haider, chairman Fragrance Foundation Arabia; Noelie Malamaire, head of the Musee de Grasse and all jury panel members.
The details of the plan include dredging and filling in the near-shore portion of the Grasse River with clean material.
Alcoa (NYSE:AA), a producer of primary and fabricated aluminum, miner of bauxite and refiner of alumina, revealed on Friday that the US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) issued a Record of Decision (ROD) on the remediation of the Grasse River as per the Proposed Remedial Action Plan issued in October 2012.
The trip, which is scheduled for May 18-26, 2013, includes airfare, accommodations, entry to the International Museum of Perfume and its garden in Grasse, Saint Paul de Vence, Osmotheque and concept stores as well as tickets to Mouline Rouge, shopping and culture.
Road to Havana" is a first novel by Richard de Grasse, recent winner of the annual Key West Writers Guild Award.
Larry Kreider and Dennis De Grasse have worked together in this effort to compile a wide-ranging biblical study on the nine supernatural spiritual gifts of the Holy Spirit.
The history of perfume is not only that of the industry linked to fashion or luxury, in which France has become the main player," said the curator of the International Perfume Museum, which re-opened this weekend in Grasse, near Cannes in the south of France.