ready-to-eat


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food products that are prepared in advance and can be eaten as sold

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A news release from the ministry states that all supermarkets, shops, distributors and importers of the ready-to-eat meat products of the affected Enterprise (Bokkie, Renown, Mielieklip and Lyfestyle) and Rainbow products (polony, russians and viennas) have been issued with mandatory recall for such products with immediate effect.
It will also yield products for export in the ready-to-eat format.
New Delhi [India], Jan 12 ( ANI ): Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has said that the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) will allow companies to supply their ready-to-eat meals directly to passengers on trains.
Railways had earlier launched ready-to-eat meals in select railway stations and trains on a trial basis.
Through its Post Consumer Brands business, Post is in the North American ready-to-eat cereal category and offers a portfolio that includes recognized brands such as Honey Bunches of Oats, Pebbles, Great Grains and Malt-O-Meal bag cereal as well as granola and hot wheat products.
Analysts at Future Market Insights predict that a rise in the number of working women, a growing millennial population, and on-the-go consumption habits are factors likely to boost the growth of the global ready-to-eat food products market during the forecast period.
Each 3-ounce package of al fresco fully cooked, ready-to-eat chicken bacon contains 14 slices in two, 7-slice pouches.
Based on NPD's snacking research, annual eatings of ready-to-eat snacks per Boomer are about 1,200, or a total of 90.
As a precaution, people are advised not to eat any ready-to-eat products from the butchers, and to throw out any they may still have in their fridge or freezer at home.
As people flee fighting in Tikrit, she said that the WFP had sent ready-to-eat food rations to Samarra and Tuz city to the north in Salah al-Din governorate -- enough to feed 50,000 people for three days, as well as other emergency supplies for other humanitarian agencies, Byrs noted.
After the continued success of their ready to eat lentils and grains pouches, Merchant Gourmet have launched three new lines, a new Spelt and SunBlush[R] pouch in their popular 'meals in minutes' range, a ready-to-eat Spelt and a Grains, red rice and Quinoa mix under the Merchant Gourmet banner.
High-sugar ready-to-eat cereals are the packaged food most frequently promoted in child-targeted food advertising on television.
MINNEAPOLIS -- MOM Brands([R]) today announced a new addition to its ever-expanding brand portfolio with Spooners([R]) ready-to-eat cereal.
Among the topics are advances in electron beam and X-ray technologies for food irradiation, the toxicological safety of irradiated foods, detecting irradiated foods, the irradiation of ready-to-eat meat products, the quality and shelf life of irradiated fresh and fresh-cut fruits and vegetables, the irradiation of seafood with a particular emphasis on Listeria monocytogenes infection of ready-to-eat products, irradiated ground beef for the national school lunch program, and a legal perspective.
ALMOST 20% of ready-to-eat food samples tested in Cardiff were found to be unsatisfactory.