perishable goods

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  • There is some evidence that wealth may have consisted of perishable goods.
  • Goods in transit shall be assured all possible speed of journey, especially perishable goods. Cited from Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights, Kelly Miller
  • Civil cases are largely personal injury, damage to perishable goods by freezing or rain and loss by fire. Cited from The Boy with the U. S. Weather Men, by Francis William Rolt-Wheeler
  • Getting fish to market or delivering other perishable goods swiftly could make or break a venture.
  • Perishable goods, of course, do not find their way into bonded or free warehouses. Cited from Up To Date Business, by Various
  • Although slow, modern sea transport is a highly effective method of transporting large quantities of non-perishable goods.
  • Additionally it used to handle the perishable goods traffic as the policy was to keep this apart from more general traffic.
  • The refrigeration rail car was widely used for the transportation of perishable goods up until the 1950s.
  • In particular this was true for perishable goods or those too bulky to store and transport such as fodder.
  • Perishable goods such as butter, meat, and bread were sold in the lower part of the Market Hall.
  • Freshpet foods must be kept refrigerated at all times as they are perishable goods.
  • Technological progress had made it possible to advance retail scales to instruments for the management of perishable goods.
  • Scheduled airlines carried high valued and perishable goods from early on.
  • For the collection and delivery of all sorts of perishable goods also the same system is obviously altogether superior to the existing methods. Cited from Anticipations, by Herbert George Wells
  • It is very rare that a trader will carry perishable goods that can be found somewhere else such as grain or culled animals.
  • Food regulations for perishable goods prohibit it being sent abroad.
  • This is particularly useful in markets for perishable goods, such as groceries.
  • These job roles are varied, and mostly belong to the mass retail, semi-perishable goods, and equipment sectors.
  • I had taken extra precautions in the packing of ammunition and all perishable goods. Cited from Ismailia, by Samuel W. Baker
  • This be no weather for perishable goods t' be lyin' 'round th' office. Cited from Mike Flannery On Duty and Off, by Ellis Parker Butler
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