Recent Examples of foodstuff from the Web
The country was largely self-sufficient in food two decades ago but is now a large-scale importer of basic foodstuffs, according to the Association Citoyenne de Défense des Intérêts Collectifs (ACDIC), the country’s largest farming organization.
Polar bears will ride the ice for 150 miles looking for ringed and harbor seals, their favorite foodstuff.
The grain had only recently become a popular foodstuff.
Manuel Menchacho farther afield to descend upon farms and ranches and to carry such foodstuffs as beeves, corn and hogs back for the ravenous horde.
Not surprisingly, some of the first visitors to give kimchi a try were athletes, and the media quickly picked up on their experiences with publications like The New York Times covering this interesting new foodstuff.
The most popular souvenirs bought by visitors are foodstuffs—egg tarts, jerky, and almond cookies, are especially packable.
The beach-bum version of Jimmy Buffett has become a huge brand® with financial interests in foodstuffs, hotels, casinos, and even adult living communities.
This week’s openings Bryn + Dane’s | Malvern The western suburbs get a branch of the fast-casual shop specializing in smoothies, açaí bowls, and other healthful foodstuff.
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Definition of foodstuff for English Language Learners
: a substance that is used as food
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