adulterant

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Synonyms for 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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Young children and old are suffering from various diseases due to the adulteration of food.
The petition sought framing of guidelines to prevent adulteration of food and other consumables like fruits,vegetables,dairy products,edible oils,honey,meat,spices and pulses throughout the country.
Olive oil, milk, honey, saffron, orange juice, coffee and apple juice are the seven most likely food ingredients to be targets for intentional or economically motivated adulteration of food, or food fraud, according to analysis of the first U.
We may be looking at criminal adulteration of food on an industrial scale.
Food fraud, or the intentional adulteration of food with cheaper ingredients for economic gain, has made headlines in recent years.
India has long struggled with adulteration of food and milk by unscrupulous traders.
301 [21 USC [section]331] discusses the mislabelling and adulteration of food, cosmetics, drugs or devices and SEC.
Setting maximum limits will help governments differentiate between unavoidable melamine occurrence and the deliberate adulteration of food and feed", the Commission said in a statement.
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.