adulterant

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any substance that lessens the purity or effectiveness of a substance

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making impure or corrupt by adding extraneous materials

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Existing laws regarding food adulteration are incapable of punishing the offenders who contribute to the menace of rising food adulteration by their wrongful acts and also the existing laws and guidelines are insufficient to control the problem of adulteration of food," the PIL said.
510 would require FDA, the Department of Homeland Security and the USDA to conduct vulnerability assessments and issue regulations to protect against the intentional adulteration of food.
From the moment societies began to treat food as a commodity rather than as a craft, the adulteration of food has been a given.
But real concern with the adulteration of food began in the Victorian era, and Birmingham was at the centre of the campaign for effective legislation against it.
The adulteration of food in this outbreak was excruciating to victims and unusually extensive.
LAHORE -- Director Operations, Punjab Food Authority (PFA) Ayesha Mumtaz Sunday said that adulteration of food was a crime not less than that of a murder.
SHAKEN with the rising incidents of adulteration of food products manufactured in India and sold locally and abroad, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India ( FSSAI) -- under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare -- is all set to usher in a ' product recall' procedure to ensure food safety in the country.
A more specific type of fraud, intentional or economically motivated adulteration of food ingredients, has been defined by USP as the fraudulent addition of nonauthentic substances or removal or replacement of authentic substances without the purchaser's knowledge for economic gain to the seller.
Maybe he has attempted to cram too much in (although there ought to have been rather more on problems such as adulteration of food and various economic factors which led to the birth of co-operation).
Laws were introduced in 1860 to help prevent the mass adulteration of food in the UK.