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- adj. That has completed a required process.
- adj. Modified through manufacture such as refinement or food processing.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of process.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. subjected to a special process or treatment
- adj. freed from impurities by processing
- adj. prepared or converted from a natural state by subjecting to a special process
Over drinks, this editor told me in hushed tones that their editorial staff couldn't even use the phrase "processed food" in their copy.
Just recently, I sold my truck, and per the WF rep., if the buyer brought a cashiers check from a nationally recognized bank, I would have my overpayment and the title processed in 72 hours.
In light of what he calls the processed food industry's co-option of "sustainability" and its vast spending on marketing, Pollan advises to be wary of any food that's advertised.
CVS Caremark Corp. 's third-quarter profit fell 21% as its pharmacy-benefits-management business reported lower revenue on a decline in processed claims.
The American Heart Association (AHA) is reporting that Americans are eating about 22 teaspoons of sugar (or 350 calories) every day from the "added sugar" in processed foods and beverages.
Subscriptions have been processed from the following people (to protect your privacy, I am only using your last name): Hansen, Kent, Casper, Wentling, Clark, Rowland, Hardy, Wojcik and Tostevin.
HVP is a ubiquitous flavor enhancer that exists only in processed foods.
We are embedding more and more information in processed molecules, but they are still molecules.
On Monday, Ben & Jerry's, the Vermont ice cream brand that is synonymous with funky flavors and environmentally and socially responsible behavior, agreed to phase out its use of "All Natural" claims on ice creams and frozen yogurts that contain processed or artificial ingredients.
During the initial discussions of this 'low carb' diet, no distinction was made between the refined carbohydrates (sugar and white flour as commonly present in processed foods) and the natural carbohydrates almost exclusively present in plant-based foods.