additive-free

Related to additive-free: natural

additive-free

adj
(of food) not containing any chemical additives
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additive-free

[ˈædɪtɪvˈfriː] ADJsin aditivos
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additive-free

adj foodohne chemische Zusätze
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Not only is Relish benefiting from a growing demand for fresh and additive-free meals, but Eggert also feels that he has been able to build a loyal staff in large part through the pride they take in delivering healthy "homestyle" food in a mass serving environment.
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This was attributed partly to a lack of awareness of the difference between additive-free and organic products.
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But planning menus with chef, restaurateur, food entrepreneur, retailer, and nutrition educator Kurt Dammeier's "Pure Food: A Chefs Handbook for Eating Clean, with Healthy, Delicious Recipes" will enable even the most novice of kitchen cooks to prepare meals that are demonstrably easier to make and much healthier to eat because each of the more than 70 features recipes are based on pure, additive-free ingredients and preparation instructions.
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Using only pure, additive-free, dried Royal Ann cherries from their orchard, the folks at Cherry Country then cover each one in either milk or dark chocolate.