perishable foods

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  • As has been shown, meat is both an expensive and a perishable food. Cited from Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 3
  • As is well known, fish is an extremely perishable food. Cited from Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 3
  • In here is kept all manner of non-perishable foods and supplies.
  • The protesters also ran a food-drive, asking for non-perishable food items.
  • As part of its shutdown process, all non-perishable food was donated to local food banks.
  • They have door-to-door programs where they visit different neighborhoods asking for non-perishable food donations & clothing.
  • Perishable food items could then be stored in these pits for months at a time.
  • The public was charged a perishable food donation to have the chance to play one on one against these champions.
  • Food for Lane County has reported donations just short of sixty thousand pounds of non-perishable food.
  • Originally, the hut used the small space under the front porch to store perishable foods.
  • Target built their first company-owned and third-party-operated perishable food distribution center in Lake City in 2008.
  • Grocery stores require deliveries of perishable food items every two to three days.
  • Teams are asked to donate a minimum amount of high protein, non perishable food items.
  • This idea put an emphasis on perishable foods and food-to-go.
  • During the eleven working days, they must make four trips back down the mountain to get perishable food and other supplies, carrying heavy loads.
  • As every one may understand, such perishable food as fish must be conveyed to market with the utmost possible despatch. Cited from The Young Trawler, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • Before the invention of the refrigerated rail car it was impossible to ship perishable food products long distances.
  • Residents throughout the country stocked up on emergency supplies and non-perishable food, noted by an increase in sales at shops.
  • Buying perishable foods in larger quantities than can be used immediately. Cited from Foods That Will Win The War (1918), by Goudiss and Goudiss
  • The various methods of preserving perishable foods in the home for winter use originated because of necessity. Cited from Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 5
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