2. Noun. That which does not perish, especially a foodstuff. ¹
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Definition of Nonperishable
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Nonperishable
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1. Citizen's Guide to Food Recovery by Cheryl MacIas (1997)
"nonperishable Food Collection — The collection of processed foods with long shelf lives. Why Food Recovery Is Necessary Fighting Hunger and Poverty Despite ..."
2. Joint Report with Comprehensive Plan and Recommendations by William Russell Willcox (1920)
"II—THE PROBLEM ^ If all foodstuffs were nonperishable the Port of New York would ... The nonperishable foodstuffs comprise flour and other grain products, ..."
3. Strategic Priorities for Agricultural Development in Eastern and Central Africa by Steven Were Omamo (2006)
"... wheat) nonperishable cash crops nonperishable cash crops Livestock intensification; improved grazing areas Commercialization options for high-input, ..."
4. Pesticides: Adulterated Imported Foods are Reaching U.S. Grocery Shelves (1993)
"Table 2.2 shows that 60 percent of the perishable foods and 38 percent of the nonperishable foods in our review were not returned to Customs by the ..."
5. The New York Times Current History (1918)
"Here everything that comes under the head of nonperishable foods— canned goods, salt, sugar, vegetables, other than those bought fresh from the French ..."
6. Ruling Case Law as Developed and Established by the Decisions and by William Mark McKinney, Burdett Alberto Rich (1914)
"... is imposed on a carrier than in the case of nonperishable freight has already been alluded to.8 Whether or not, where there is a press of freight, ..."
7. Federal Statutes Annotated: Containing All the Laws of the United States of by United States, William Mark McKinney, Thomas H. Calvert (1921)
"Weight given official classification of merchandise as nonperishable.— The fact that Reggiano cheese is admitted to the Government warehouses (article 240, ..."
8. The Law of Loss and Damage Claims: Including the Cummins Amendment, Bill of by Herbert Confield Lust (1919)
"Under Revisal 1905, § 2637, providing that a carrier, having unclaimed nonperishable freight in its possession for six months, may, on notice, ..."