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nutritious

 [noo-trish´us]
affording nourishment.

nutritious

(no͞o-trĭsh′əs, nyo͞o-)
adj.
Providing nourishment; nourishing.

nu·tri′tious·ly adv.
nu·tri′tious·ness n.
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As such, our focus is to create meals that aren't just nutritious but also tasty, so our client's keep coming back to us for more."
"The move reflects a growing market for healthy alternatives further evidenced by increased demand for nutritious food in restaurants and supermarket delis.The government has also passed laws requiring fortification of various food products in order to improve nutritional quality of meals.
The present government has undertaken various plans to ensure food safety and availability of nutritious and safe food, she added.
The team then realized that we could not stop at simply providing nutritious lunch meals in school.
Make no mistake, the private sector shapes nutrition in Africa in terms of nutritious food availability, affordability and desirability.
'World Food day is about more than just the absence of food, equally important is the lack of nutritious well balanced meals' says Nadia Mohamed, McCain Retail Commercial director, 'Considering that proper nutrition early in life could mean 46 per cent more lifetime earnings, there is no doubt that our brand has an important role to play in educating South Africans on how they can live a better quality life through a better quality diet.'
It also taught nutritious cooking to more than 36,000 girls and 30,000 mothers across the country.
The price of nutritious food is very high in Africa--it needs to come down to a fifth of its price.
Being renowned for its over 140 years of Dutch dairy heritage and the expertise, FRISO brings quality nutritious formula products for pregnant mums and young children that is 'Made By Nature, Made Better By Science'.
'We looked at the cost of diets across the country and it was revealed that the cost of a nutritious diet ranges between Rs104,000 to Rs171,300 annually per household.'
According to the survey, affordability is the main problem in accessing a nutritious diet, as fruit, eggs and meat are out of reach for most of the population due to high prices and Vitamin B12, vitamin A, calcium and iron are hardly available in local foods.
Rather, a group of young children accompanied by parents and grandparents had prepared a nutritious snack of toasted bread with cheese, avocado and tomatoes that tempted the taste buds.