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fortify

addition of a substance to a food product to increase its nutritional benefit.

fortify

(for′tĭ-fī)
In food science technology, to add one or more substances to a food to increase its nutrient density.
fortifier (-fī″ĕr)
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Le Sentier Lumineux prefera sans trop de remous consolider ses bases politiques, fortifier sa philosophie phare et, surtout, attirer de solides militants qui fussent reellement prets a prendre les armes.
This discrepancy might be because many of the local company respondents used a higher share of fortifier ingredients (cowpeas/soybeans and groundnuts) in their products than the standard recipe.
Third, uncertainty about safety and effectiveness of multicomponent human milk fortifiers does not allow a recommendation on its routine use in developing countries.
It is of interest then how changing from a phosphorus to a sulfur or carbon-based fortifier alters the compound's effectiveness as a molecular fortifier.
to ponder the "historical" Gilgamesh himself, the liberator and fortifier of Uruk, "the first city in human history.
A sand fortifier is used to provide increased stiffness with placement near the neutral axis in the core.
Twenty-four (92%) received a powdered formula product, including an infant who received powdered breast milk fortifier but no powdered infant formula; 1 additional infant received formula of an unspecified type.
Containing no preservatives, trans fats, or artificial flavors or colors, the frozen line is made with NutriDough[R], the company's proprietary bakery fortifier that includes protein; antioxidant Vitamins A, C, and E; B vitamins; folic acid; and calcium.
But for those people who are out there already watching the world with a wary eye, it's a fortifier, a cornet calling them to soldier on.
The new crosslinker can be easily incorporated into conventional hybrid or TGIC powder coating formulations as a fortifier.
However, in developing a successful functional food the mineral fortifier must provide the following characteristics: high bioavailability, high biocompatibility (no irritation to the gastro-intestinal tract, non-toxic) and a high compatibility with other ingredients.
L'atelier de formation WENT Africa 2003 etait ouvert a toutes les femmes dont les organisations jouent ou sont appelees a jouer un role important dans la promotion de l'utilisation des TIC pour augmenter le role et la capacite des femmes en plaidoyer sociale et en politiques et aussi pour fortifier les organisations et reseaux de femmes en Afrique.