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unfit

(ŭn-fĭt′)
adj.
1. Not in good physical or mental health.
2. Biology Unable to survive or produce viable offspring in a particular environment.
tr.v. un·fitted, un·fitting, un·fits
To cause to be unsuited or unqualified: "Having run for president ... often unfits a man for lesser or more useful subsequent work" (Garry Wills).

un·fit′ly adv.
un·fit′ness n.

unfit

not properly prepared, e.g. physically incapable of performing hard work as in racing, because of lack of training. Said also of food prepared unhygienically.

unfit for human consumption
meat or other food considered by a qualified food inspector to be unsuited for entry into the human food chain because of the presence of disease, immaturity, physical damage, emaciation, edema, contamination by gut contents or unauthorized additives or being meat of another, unauthorized species, or meat that has not undergone approved inspection by health authorities.
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Move comes after country's food regulator banned product alleging it to be unfit for human consumption due to presence of lead & taste enhancer 38,550 destroying tonnes of recalled Maggi packets 54cr It comes to approximately Maggi packets 38,000 Nestle has already destroyed tonnes cement plants
Lanka Sathosa, under the Ministry of Industry and Commerce notes with concern of some news reports by certain media on 27 March alleging that expired rice unfit for human consumption were found at a Lanka Sathosa storage and the storage sealed-certain facts here are incorrect and requires immediate clarification.
Approximately 90 carcasses imported by the BLC were were found unfit for human consumption by health and veterinary authorities.
Their electrocution makes them legally unfit for human consumption and police say the fishing method is putting the lives of the divers involved in danger.
Worse still than cheating your customers you were selling as vodka a substance unfit for human consumption.
Additionally in some cases where a resident has purchased the fish, it appears that within 24 hours the fish has gone 'off', and as become unfit for human consumption.
The ADFCA inspectors were monitoring the shops on receiving reports of their involvement in dealing with fruit unfit for human consumption rather than destroying it.
It also turned back 115 cartons of baby food that was found unfit for human consumption, shut down 244 food companies and production lines and destroyed other food items during inspection visits to factories and production facilities throughout the Kingdom.
Out of the food items numbering 12,459 investigated, about 110kg was found to be unfit for human consumption.
Further campaigns would be conducted in the province's slaughterhouses, supermarkets, restaurants, meat and fish freezers, factories and distribution outlets, in an attempt to recall and incinerate any meat deemed unfit for human consumption.
Another 4,000 tests will be conducted on horse meat to check forthe drug phenylbutazone - an anti-inflammatory used to treat animals but considered unfit for human consumption.
Also last week health inspectors destroyed several loaves of bread in a store after it was found to be unfit for human consumption.