nonedible

nonedible

(nɒˈnɛdɪbəl)
adj
another word for inedible
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Most of the crops grown in this region were cotton and other nonedible, exportable crops.
A large number of vegetable oils have been explored for production of biodiesel so far including both edible and nonedible ones, with a few sources explored extensively viz.
For Hispanics, seven of their 10 biggest nonedible expenditures are associated with health and beauty aids.
For its sixth annual survey, Kantar selected 21 categories across the edible grocery, nonedible grocery, and health and beauty aid segments, with the aim of comparing a half-dozen retailers on how they meet the needs of a shopper "looking for the lowest absolute prices" in the targeted categories.
Private label items have become more category-specific, like Topco's Simply Done brand for nonedible products, and are attracting new customers in different ways through increased marketing and branding appeals, like Topco's Culinary Adventures brand that targets the Trader Joe's product image.
Lignocellulosic biomass is typically nonedible plant material composed primarily of the polysaccharides cellulose and hemicellulose.
To eat glass I did a lot reading up on "It's slow t broken of h onhat medical papers on people with disorders which compel them to eat nonedible substances.
Suitable for conveying water, dilute chemicals and a range of nonedible liquids and solids, the 'Medium Duty Plus Twin Spiral PVC Suction & Discharge Hose'is designed for a range of industries across the water, waste and agriculture sectors.
Production of ethanol from nonedible feedstock reduces the cost for production and avoids competition in food to fuel crisis (3).
Protein based films have received considerable attention in recent years because of its uses in edible and nonedible packaging materials.