Recent Examples of adulteration from the Web
The food industry was unregulated, rife with adulteration and poor hygiene.
Iberostar apologized for the couples' stress and denied any deliberate adulteration of the drinks.
Good Housekeeping regularly publishes articles about food safety and food adulteration.
Why adapt Sinclair at all, when-not to discredit any amount of true experience that went into the raw trauma exhibited here-the adulteration of his meatpackers into one-note archetypes of patriarchal domination appears to be the goal?
Homeopathic products are subject to federal requirements that prohibit adulteration and mislabeling.
Auditors said that sample should have been investigated for adulteration and possibly flagged for state regulators.
A Target spokeswoman said the company received allegations of food safety concerns as well as accusations of manipulation and adulteration of the products.
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