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ingredient

(in-grēd′ē-ĕnt) [L. ingredi, to enter]
Any part or component of a compound, a mixture, or a more complex substance.
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Malic Acid and Sodium Malate - 2 ingredients - Sale as used
On the basis of type of active pharmaceutical ingredient, the market can be categorized as biological active pharmaceutical ingredients, and synthetic chemical active pharmaceutical ingredients.
However, consumers often do not recognize ingredients on labels; 81% of those surveyed do not recognize ingredients on the label of personal care products at least somewhat often.
7 billion in net revenue in 2014, PepsiCo no doubt can afford to innovate with ingredients.
Dried Ingredients lost machines and products in the fire, which burned four warehouses, causing nearly $5 million in damages.
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But for Jessica, the studies' results are enough for her to take precaution: She switched to using cosmetics made with natural ingredients, which she hopes might be safer.
Not counted in the five ingredients are fat (butters, shortenings, oils), water and salt.
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.
Launched in 1991, "Food Product Design" is a monthly title for the food ingredient and flavors industry and covers the design and reformulation of food products.
The Attorney General's action was facilitated by the availability of at least some limited information about the inert ingredients and their toxicity.
The only ingredients in their Temptation Frozen Desserts, for example, are filtered water, soybeans, fructose, and sea salt.