highly perishable

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  • Some of these leaves are highly perishable and must be used within a couple of days.
  • It is highly perishable but easy to eat especially in hot weather.
  • One reason for their outspokenness is that their wares were highly perishable and so lost value if not sold quickly.
  • The cheese is highly perishable and should be consumed within a week of its purchase.
  • Cassava is usually stored in the ground until needed, as it is highly perishable.
  • Sweet potatoes are a highly perishable crop and difficult to store for extended periods of time.
  • They are highly perishable, and typically consumed or canned within two weeks of harvest.
  • As both paper and parchment are highly perishable, few of the original cartoons survive.
  • As it is highly perishable, it must be refrigerated or used immediately once the whey has drained out.
  • Fresh fish is a highly perishable food product, so it must be eaten promptly or discarded; it can be kept for only a short time.
  • Since it is highly perishable, it is not a good export crop and its distribution requires a localized approach.
  • This kind of votive statues, in fact, was produced with materials that are highly perishable and delicate.
  • During the harvest attention must be paid to the ripe fruits' skin as it can be easily bruised and is highly perishable.
  • Some highly perishable or hazardous goods, such as radioisotopes used in medical imaging, are delivered directly from manufacturer to consumer.
  • However, it is estimated that shoes may have been used long before this, but it is difficult to find evidence of the earliest footwear due to the highly perishable nature of early shoes.
  • Fish is a highly perishable food which needs proper handling and preservation if it is to have a long shelf life and retain a desirable quality and nutritional value.
  • My crew could not have eaten such a lot in a year; and potatoes (excuse these practical remarks) are a highly perishable commodity. Cited from 'Twixt Land & Sea, by Joseph Conrad
  • However it is a highly perishable food source that is susceptible to destruction by microorganisms, metabolic spoilage, physical destruction and pests.
  • As an example, the USA recycles more than 21 million metric tons annually of highly perishable and noxious organic matter.
  • Fresh birch sap is highly perishable; even if refrigerated, it is stable for only up to 2-5 days.
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