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food, natural


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Natural Foods Feeding the Body and Nourishing the Soul

food, natural

food, natural

Food Security (Natural Resources and Sustainability)

Natural Food, Natural Motherhood, and The Turn Toward Homemade The 1970s to the 1990s

Natural Disasters, Food Security, and Sustainable Development

Water, Food and Shelter Security in Natural Hazards

The Safety and Regulation of Natural Products Used as Foods and Food Ingredients

The Farm as Natural Habitat: Reconnecting Food Systems with Ecosystems

New Trade Issues In Food, Agriculture, And Natural Resources

Modelling and control of natural convection in canned foods

Demography of a natural population of Daphnia retrocurva in a lake with low food quality

Food regulation of growth and maturation in a natural population of Aurelia aurita (L.)

Feeding of Charonia seguenzae (Aradas & Benoit, 1870) on natural prey and alternative foods

Human Health Implications of Salmonella-Contaminated Natural Pet Treats and Raw Pet Food

WHITE, David Clifford Stephen (born 1941), documentary, portrait and natural environment photographer, since 2009; Director, Institute of Food Research, 2004–09

The influence of autotrophic and heterotrophic foods on the demography of Daphnia longispina under starved, semi-natural and enriched conditions

A role for the hippocampus in dead reckoning: an ethological analysis using natural exploratory and food-carrying tasks

Determination of Caffeine and Associated Compounds in Food, Beverages, Natural Products, Pharmaceuticals, and Cosmetics by Micellar Electrokinetic Capillary Chromatography

 

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A term widely used but with little meaning and sometimes misleading since all foods come from natural sources. No legal definition seems possible but guidelines suggest the term should be applied only to single foods that have been subjected only to mild processing, i.e. largely by physical methods such as heating, concentrating, freezing, etc., but not chemically or ‘severely’ processed.

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