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MINTS

Abbreviation for:
Minor Injury Nurse Treatment Specialist
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While the majority of the gum and mints category is focused on functional, breath-freshening benefits, we saw an opportunity to offer our consumers an unexpected surprise," said Todd Midura, Category Manager for the Tic Tac brand at Ferrero U.
This is followed by a second-tier, composed of medium-sized state-owned mints without blanking capacity that caters to their domestic or regional needs, exporting excess capacity to the commercial market.
At the same time, the demand for mint is rising in categories like oral hygiene and chewing gum.
Young people do see mints as slightly old-fashioned but there are still occasions, such as just before a date or a job interview, where they see a mint as more appropriate than gum," said corporate communications manager Alexandra MacHutchon.
Among men the favourites are Extra Strong Mints, Polo Mints, Wine Gums, Werther's Originals, Mint Imperials and Haribo's.
Of the dozens of mints available at nurseries, each has a unique flavor.
So you wouldn't expect Hickory Farms' Melt Away Mints to be worse than any other sugary, artificially colored and flavored candy.
If all this talk of office politics leaves a bad taste in your mouth, the people behind Dilbert brainstormed this one just for you: Dilbert Mints.
40) This imprint distinguished legal money from illicit coins that were produced by rogue mints throughout the nation to compensate for the dire lack of circulating currency.
Coins are placed into circulation in a process in which the Department of Treasury (1) mints new coins in accord with the needs of the public (using appropriated budget funds for all but the metal cost), (2) books a"profit" (called seigniorage) equal to the difference between the face value of the coins and their cost of production, which is treated as a means of financing the federal budget, and (3) deposits the coins with the Federal Reserve Banks for credit to the Treasury Department's checking account.
Located in the heart of mint-growing country--Oregon's verdant Willamette Valley--the fragrant assemblage of mints is the largest in this country, and one of the most diverse worldwide, says Henrietta L.
1 First-Tier Groups: State Mints producing coins, collectibles and blanks