Definition of Foodstuffs

1. Noun. (plural of foodstuff) ¹



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Definition of Foodstuffs

1. foodstuff [n] - See also: foodstuff

Lexicographical Neighbors of Foodstuffs

foodoir
foodoirs
foodophile
foodophiles
foodplant
foodplants
foodprint
foodprints
foods
foodseller
foodsellers
foodservice
foodshed
foodsheds
foodstuff
foodstuffs
foodway
foodways
foodweb
foodwebs
foodwise
foody
foodyolk
foodyolks
fooey
foofaraw
foofaraws
foofier
foofiest
foofoo

Literary usage of Foodstuffs

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American Year Book: A Record of Events and Progress by Francis Graham Wickware, (, Albert Bushnell Hart, (, Simon Newton Dexter North (1916)
"6, modifying the' original decree with respect to imported foodstuffs, ... 22 with the first cargo of foodstuffs to leave an American port for Germany since ..."

2. Nutrition and Dietetics: A Manual for Students of Medicine, for Trained by Winfield Scott Hall (1910)
"For example, bread is a combination of all of these foodstuffs; perhaps for that reason it has been called the staff of life, because it can support the ..."

3. The Continental System: An Economic Interpretation by Eli Filip Heckscher, Harald Westergaard (1922)
"Obviously the question of foodstuffs went much further. The importance of Great Britain's imports of foodstuffs, which can practically be regarded as ..."

4. Transactions of the fifteenth International congress on hygiene and by Albert Hassell (1913)
"I can only deal with the large groups of foodstuffs, such as proteins, fats, ... It was formerly thought that certain foodstuffs were specially bad for the ..."

5. Economic Aspects of the War: Neutral Rights, Belligerent Claims and American by Edwin Jones Clapp (1915)
"... OF Foodstuffs The various measures taken to restrict the trade of ... of their effect upon the trade in foodstuffs, for it was foodstuffs against which ..."

6. Marketing, Its Problems and Methods by Carson Samuel Duncan (1920)
"In this discussion, goods "on the market" will fall into one or the other of two general groups; one is called raw materials and foodstuffs, the other is ..."

7. Principles of Biochemistry for Students of Medicine, Agriculture and Related by Thorburn Brailsford Robertson (1920)
"THE DIGESTION AND ASSIMILATION OF THE Foodstuffs. THE DIGESTION OF THE CARBOHYDRATES. The Starch in our diet is converted by cooking into "soluble starch" ..."

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