fish flour

fish flour

n.
A flour made of dried and powdered fish.
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The observed protein contents (9.8 to 13.9%) of the vegetable enriched breads at 1 to 3% enrichment level in this study were within the reported range of the protein content (10.6 to 18.0%) of bread enriched with 5 to 20% tilapia fish flour by Adeleke and Odedeji [27].
Despite recent adversity, Peru is the world's main exporter of fish flour, with 16.4% of global production.
Some of the goods produced in Turkey whose importation into Abkhazia has now been forbidden include: Fish and fish products (live fish, fresh or frozen fish, fish loins, all other kind of fish meats, dried and salted fish, fish preserved in brine, smoked fish, fish flour and fish garnitures), potatoes, tomatoes, onions and onion-like vegetables (including onion puree, fresh onions, shallots, etc.), garlic, cabbage (including all kinds of cabbage), cucumbers, citrus fruits, dried and fresh grapes, watermelon, melons, papayas, apples, pears, quince, apricot, sour cherries, cherries, peaches, nectarines, plums and all other similar fruits including dried, frozen or even pickled versions.
His seasonings will include In-house Cajun Blackening, Southern Fried Fish Flour, Creole Spice Blend and Regular Barbecue Rub.
The new technique, which creates a microbial ecosystem that rapidly mineralizes organic compounds, can culture plants by only using organic fertilizers such as corn steep liquor (CSL), oil meal and fish flour.
Preliminary ruling to interpret Article 2(2) of Council Decision 2000/766/EC of 4 December 2000 concerning certain protection measures with regard to transmissible spongiform encephalopathies and the feeding of animal protein - Fish flour used in the production of feedstuffs for animals other than ruminants - Accidental presence of unforeseen and prohibited substances - Mammalian bone fragments present in very small quantities - Complete destruction of that fish flour - Proportionality of the sanction.
Part of this background contamination stems from imported animal feed ingredients (fish flour and grains), sometimes contaminated by recent use of DDT, as can be deduced from the ratio between DDT and its main metabolite, 1,1-dichloro-2,2-bis (p-chlorophenyl)ethylene (DDE).
While the ban on export of fish flour, wheat, wheat flour, broken soybean, sugar and kerosene has been removed, it would continue to remain on the export of rice as the government was still subsidising the commodity.
The Gloucester laboratory experimented with fish flour in the early 1930's, and then, in the 1950's, the enormity of the global hunger problem was brought to the world's attention by various agencies of the United Nations.
Coloso, which exports canned and frozen fish, fish flour and fish oil, is the leader in the huge fish sector of northern Chile.
Interpretation Council Decision 2000/766/EC of 4 December 2000 concerning certain protection measures with regard to transmissible spongiform encephalopathies and the feeding of animal protein - Fish flour used in the production of feedstuffs for animals other than ruminants - Accidental presence of unforeseen and prohibited substances - Mammalian bone fragments present in very small quantities - Complete destruction of that fish flour - Proportionality of the sanction