Goods were limited to medical supplies and basic foodstuffs such as rice, sugar, oil, canned food, flour and other basic goods, he said.
Prices of basic commodities including transport costs and foodstuffs are likely to go up An airtime duty of 5% will be introduced on airtime.
Latin America, after all, is strategically important for China, particularly when it comes to the country’s need for raw materials and foodstuffs.
And even though the developed foodstuffs are presented as ‘substantially the same as what nature offers,’ patents are being applied for, and granted.
He scolded traders who sold foodstuffs in the open places.
Three important foodstuffs were produced from the body of this mythological dog.
Manufacturing is limited, with most foodstuffs and general goods imported from elsewhere.
The main imports are machinery and equipment, petroleum products, foodstuffs and textiles.
Large bodegas (warehouses) provided long-term storage for preserved foodstuffs and other treated materials.
Deland Chemical later became Fairport Vinegar Works – makers of Certo brand pectin used to jell foodstuffs.
In 1919-1920 another drought occurred followed by cholera, influenza and malnutrition due to lack of foodstuff.
As a foodstuff far more protein can be absorbed from the extract than the raw beans, however the BV will be the same.
McGee There is archaeological evidence of roasted foodstuffs at Homo erectus campsites dating from 420,000 years ago.
Slaves, gold, ivory and local foodstuffs were exchanged for European trade goods-mostly cloth, firearms, and hardware.
This marked the beginnings of his use of foodstuffs in art, which brought him increasing notoriety throughout the 1960s.
As the lumbering era waned, steamers carrying coal foodstuffs and tourists continued to rely on the lighthouse for navigation.
Nitrous oxide and carbon dioxide are also used as propellants to deliver foodstuffs (for example, whipped cream and cooking spray ).