Recent Examples of foodstuff from the Web
Gin and theater: Together at last The Fringe Festival, opening the Tuesday after Labor Day, includes several shows that combine theater and foodstuffs and drinkstuffs.
Photos only kind of do it justice: But alas, these delightful foodstuffs are only available in Australia right now.
People living in rural areas or food deserts may not have access to the same variety of foodstuffs.
Enter the new trend in photographing nail art for maximum attention-grabbing: just hold up random foodstuffs or household items that match your color choice, and it's guaranteed to make a splash.
A senior police official speaking on condition of anonymity fearing government retaliation said in more remote areas of the country, Afghan troops are poorly supplied, even with basic foodstuff.
Between 2003 and 2010 China’s industrialisation boosted demand for minerals, oil and foodstuffs.
Europe wants to pry open the Japanese market to European foodstuffs, while Tokyo wants to sell more Japanese cars in Europe.
Stands set up in the colonial-era central square hawk foodstuffs, cheap clothing and other items.
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FOODSTUFF Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of foodstuff for English Language Learners
: a substance that is used as food
FOODSTUFF Defined for Kids
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