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Synonyms for margarine

a spread made chiefly from vegetable oils and used as a substitute for butter

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The patients consumed, on average, nearly 19 grams of margarine per day, which resulted in additional intakes of 226 mg of EPA combined with 150 mg of DHA, 1.9 grams of ALA, or both, in the active-treatment groups.
A 40-month study of more than 4,800 patients showed taking low doses of omega-3 fatty acids in margarine did not significantly reduce rates of serious heart attacks and other cardiovascular events, Dutch researchers said on Sunday.
The deal will allow VanA'A-deA'A-moorA'A-teA'A-le's margarine & fat division, which generated last year a revenue of EUR450m (USD536m), to grow in size by one-third.
VanA-deA-moorA-teA-le's margarine & fat division, which generated last year a revenue of EUR 450 million (USD 536m), will grow in size by one-third following the acquisition.
Using the further subcategorizations from the yellow fats category, six more combinations were analyzed: butter/margarine, butter/low-fat margarine, blended spreads/butter, margarine/low-fat margarine, blended spread/margarine, and blended spread/low-fat margarine.
16 October 2009 - Finnish food company Raisio Oyj (HEL: RAIVV) said today it has finalised the sale of its margarine business to US peer Bunge Ltd (NYSE: BG) for EUR80m, after receiving approval by the Polish competition authorities earlier in October.
In 1950, courts ruled that each province should have jurisdiction over the selling of margarine, which prompted a variety of regulations across the country.
Brush pie dish with margarine. Put layer of stale breadcrumbs at the bottom.
The thesis by University of Otago research fellow Dr Reremoana Theodore, calls for further research into margarine and says children from disadvantaged families could be most at risk as margarine is often cheaper than other spreads.
A[cedilla] Mix the margarine and brown sugar until creamy.
Although the addition of 15 g of canola margarine (10.5 g fat) was sufficient to comfortably exceed the adequate intake for n-3 polyunsaturates (Figure 2), the provision of n-6 polyunsaturates was limited.
It was a sad day when my mother switched from butter to margarine. She said it was a cost-cutting decision.
Ingredients: * 1 10-ounce box, large, shredded wheat biscuits * 1/2 cup margarine or butter * 1 16-ounce bag large marshmallows * 1 12-ounce bag butterscotch chips * assorted pastel-colored candies: jelly beans, malted milk balls, or candy eggs * margarine for greasing your hands * wax paper Directions: Melt the butter or margarine in the microwave or over low heat on the stove until melted.