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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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Figure 17: Russia - Cooking & Edible Oils: Retail market segmentation by value (m RUB) - 2011
Here are some of the common edible flowers found in gardens.
Urban edible gardening can also contribute to biodiversity conservation and ecological health.
Officials of edible oil industry say after the devolution of the affairs of agriculture ministry to the provinces from this fiscal year, production of edible oil ought to go up with decentralised implementation of policies.
Researchers in Argentina prepared edible films based on wheat gluten, gelatin and brea gum.
The Muscat outlet is one of seven new Edible Arrangements franchises to open across the GCC before the end of 2011, and is a sign of the company's success in the region since the first franchise opened in Dubai in 2007.
These weaknesses are partly tempered by the extensive experience of the firm's promoters, the steady demand prospects for edible oils, the company's strong regional brand recall and improved operational efficiencies.
Currently, edible coatings can be found on many fruits and vegetables.
Edible Arrangements provides unique fresh fruit bouquets out of fruits including strawberries, cantaloupes, honey dew, pineapples, bananas and apple wedges.
Edible cuts comprised lean meat (muscle tissue inclusive of intermuscular fat), skin with subcutaneous fat and giblets-gizzard, liver and heart.
He added the company has increased its focus on refined edible oil and plans to achieve a market share of up to four per cent in the next two years in the branded Indian edible oils market, from the current two per cent market share.
Importation costs have been further compounded by strong global growth for edible oils, with the MENA region no exception, total imports of major oil seeds increasing from 2,500 tonnes to 4,200 tonnes in 2007/2008, according to USDA (US Department of Agriculture) and Rabobank analysis.