Definition of Canned food
1. Noun. Food preserved by canning.
Generic synonyms: Food Product, Foodstuff
Specialized synonyms: Canned Meat, Tinned Meat
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Literary usage of Canned food
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1. Standard Methods of Chemical Analysis: A Manual of Analytical Methods and by Wilfred Welday Scott (1922)
"After six hours add 'more oxalic acid and continue the electrolysis for another twenty-four hours. ESTIMATION OF TIN IN canned food ..."
2. American Druggist (1884)
"So lately as within the past two or three months I have examined sixteen varieties of canned food for metals, with the following results : with the food, ..."
3. In a New Century by Edward Sandford Martin (1908)
"NOISE AND canned food " NOISE and canned food Life's Reward" was the newspaper headline of a dispatch from Chicago that told of the complaints of an Iowa ..."
4. Military Hygiene, for Officers of the Line by Alfred Alexander Woodhull (1909)
"First-class canned food carried , , . , canned food both the true name of the factory ... canned food kept long in stock, especially under either extreme of ..."
5. Hygiene and Public Health by Louis Coltman Parkes, Henry Richard Kenwood (1913)
"The amount of tinned or canned food-stuffs upon the market is very considerable, and it constitutes an increasing part of the food supply of large ..."