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  • The company, as its name suggests, is known primarily for its frozen dishes, but it also sells refrigerated and so-called "shelf-stable" foods.

    Sale of Iceland Foods Heats Up

  • U.S. airlines now sell economy-class customers boxed snacks and shelf-stable meals costing between $6 and $12, a pursuit that is, at best, breakeven.

    Airlines to Load On More Fees

  • Undamaged, commercially prepared foods in all-metal cans and shelf-stable juice or seafood pouches must be washed and sanitized.

    FDA food safety and other tips for hurricane preparedness

  • To compare cowâ™s milk to the new non-dairy milk alternatives, hereâ™s a look at whatâ™s best for refrigerated and shelf-stable milk products.

    The Most Nutritious Dairy-Free Milks

  • To date, salad kits have included nuts, dried fruits, parmesan cheese and packets of dressing—all relatively shelf-stable ingredients—but Ms. Ho had dreams of studding bagged greens with mushrooms, jicama, broccoli and celery.

    The Salad Is in the Bag

  • Over processing our food has made it more shelf-stable and tasty, but contributes to obesity and diabetes, both of which again increase the risk of breast cancer.

    Rebecca Booth, MD: Assessing Your Breast Cancer Risk

  • Mr. Paulucci, who died on Thanksgiving day at age 93, was a serial entrepreneur whose many businesses created shelf-stable packaging for orange juice, manufactured beverage and food-service equipment, and worked to domesticate wild rice.

    Earned His Chops on Canned Entreés

  • The salad dressing here is shelf-stable, and has no expiration date, or at least none of interest to anyone but the cockroaches who will survive the human race.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Martin Ramin for The Wall Street Journal 2% Cow's Milk Almond milk in shelf-stable packages has been around since at least the late 1990s, when low-fat foods were in vogue and nuts were perceived as high in fat.

    Move Over, Cow

  • That smell, from shelf-stable additives that produce a buttery flavor, can be unpleasant and tends to linger, says Pamela Dalton , an olfactory researcher at the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia, a nonprofit that researches taste and smell.

    A Field Guide to Obnoxious Eating

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