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frozen

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A term used in the context of a clinical trial for the status of a database, file or element that is presumed to be in its final state, pending "lock", and at the point at which further editing is prevented without "unfreezing".
Freezing and unfreezing are usually formalised in audit trails and differ from "locking" and "unlocking" only in the level of permission required to unlock or unfreeze.
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Government organizations, regulatory authorities, policymakers players in the supply chain looking for in-depth analysis of frozen bakery industry
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Frozen food cases--once dominated byproducts such as TV dinners, icy treats and inexpensive pot pies--are seeing an influx of creative products with healthier profiles.
They were all produced by a company called Greenyard Frozen UK Ltd, which has taken the "precautionary step of voluntarily recalling various frozen vegetable products because they might contain Listeria monocytogenes".
For frozen shoulder to progress on its own through all three stages can take from 11 months to almost four years!
Frozen Tenderstem[R] retains all the qualities that the UK consumer has come to expect from this leading fresh produce brand: with no preparation required and no waste, frozen Tenderstem[R] can be eaten from stem to floret.
After that, the minimum amount of liquid nitrogen was applied to maintain the frozen state for 4 hrs.
More environmentally friendly and less wasteful: Frozen food already comes prepared - pre washed and chopped, so consumers don't have to waste water washing them.
no big difference nutritionally between fresh and frozen.