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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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When presented with a confusing, but harmless, ingredient, Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate, 88% were not familiar with it and 49% said they would not be comfortable buying a product that contained it.
Often it is the ingredient itself that catches consumer attention and creates demand," says Richard Aust, director technical services, iTi Tropicals Inc.
Pumpkin was the secret ingredient, so it was a pumpkin beignet rolled in a pumpkin sour cream.
The brother-sister author duo, in this, their second cookbook, rely on many readily available, convenient and time-saving supermarket ingredients like caramel sauce, frozen puff pastry, cake mixes, tea and coffee mixes, ladyfingers, blood orange juice, chocolate-cookie pie crusts, self-rising flour, sweetened condensed milk, graham cracker crumbs, jams, ice creams, sorbets, frozen berries and more to turn out some terrific-sounding creations.
Cosmetics companies have the privilege of choosing from thousands of ingredients to create and market a hip new shade of eye shadow that you can buy at your local drugstore for your big Saturday night out.
Registrants are generally required to conduct acute toxicity tests on formulated products, but they traditionally conduct chronic toxicity tests on the active ingredient alone.
Despite the obvious interaction between food processors and suppliers, I provoked the ingredient vendors a little further to ask them what points they'd most like to drive home--with the attendees at IFT and with those in out reader ship who didn't make it to IFT.
Alcoholic beverages were previously exempt from ingredient labelling.
A new look Dairy Crest Ingredients will showcase its core products of dairy-based powders, butter and cheese in Frankfurt.
The Directive allows a compound ingredient to appear in the list of ingredients under its name, provided this is followed by the list of its own ingredients.