adulteration


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Synonyms for adulteration

the state of being contaminated

Synonyms for adulteration

being mixed with extraneous material

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the act of adulterating (especially the illicit substitution of one substance for another)

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He said this during chairing the meeting of District Food Quality Control Board that adulteration in food items was a heinous crime and people must pinpoint the adulterators so that immediate action could be initiated against them.
He directed the food inspectors to ensure cleanliness and control adulteration and unhygienic food items selling at shops, bakeries, food eateries and send samples to laboratory for analysis.
He said that cleanliness condition has considerably improved at hotels and other public places and a message has been conveyed to adulteration mafia that government will not comprise on hygiene condition.
The soft drinks major approached the HC after two lower courts set aside its petition seeking quashing of the food inspector's complaint filed under the Prevention of Food Adulteration Act.
As with all AHP monographs, a suite of scientifically valid identification tests will be provided, which is critical as adulteration with potentially deadly species from the Apiaceae family can occur.
Cheaters have numerous ways to try to pass a drug test, but the various methods typically fall into one of three categories: dilution, substitution and adulteration.
By quantifying the relative amounts of DNA, the test will also indicate the severity of any contamination or deliberate adulteration.
7, No 131, adulteration refers to the "act of weakening or contaminating a substance by adding another substance of lower value to it".
com)-- Focused Mitigation Strategies to Prevent Food Adulteration
Researchers developed a database and six-step testing protocol that can be used to detect potential adulteration of organic fertilizers with synthetic compounds.
Food and drink products are often a target of adulteration (intentional or unintentional) while supply chains usually deal with perishable products that could be harmful to consumers if they are not managed properly.
Adulteration of milk means the removal of any of its components or the addition of any substance to it.
Adulteration continues to be a significant source of concern within our industry.