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edible

pertaining to a substance that can be eaten.

edible

(ĕd′ĭ-bl) [L. edere, to eat]
Suitable for food; fit to eat; nonpoisonous.
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Robert Souza, SVP of VaynerMedia and VaynerLive adds, "We're thrilled to have teamed up with Edible as we orchestrate what will become a signature event for us both.
Common edible coatings include carnauba wax, starch, alginate, carrageenan, gluten, whey and beeswax.
At present only 34 percent edible oil is being produced within country and 66 percent was being imported for catering the domestic needs for which government was spending huge foreign exchange on the import of edible oil every year, he added.
Edible Glitter can be effective in helping consumers identify tablets that would otherwise look similar.
PARACHINAR -- As many as eight shopkeepers were arrested in a raid at Kurni bazar, Punjabi bazaar and main Parachinar bazaar by the political administration when they were selling outdated edible commodities here Wednesday.
Healthy Living and the need for tasty vegetables, fruit and edible flowers in the diet of school children are this year's themes for the Miracle-Gro'wers Learning Journey stand GPJ/9 at this year's Chelsea Flower Show.
Edible insects for human consumption, are increasingly seen as a key part of the food supply solution.
in edible cups made from wafer coated with sugar and heat-resistant white chocolate.
The Edible Garden: How to Have Your Garden and Eat it, Too offers a dual focus on creating a garden that is both edible and beautiful, and comes from a master gardener and BBC personality who teaches folk how to grow their own 'floral food'.
Banned export of edible oils (except coconut oil, forest based oil and edible oils in blended consumer packs up to 5 kg with a Minimum Export Price of USD 1500 per MT) and pulses (except Kabuli chana and organic pulses and lentils up to a maximum of 10000 tonnes per annum).
Washington, April 22 ( ANI ): A new study has revealed that common edible flowers in China are rich in phenolics and have excellent antioxidant capacity, which can reduce risk of cardiovascular disease and certain cancers.
Wild Edibles is a useful guide to foraging and includes information on identifying 60 edible plants.