nonperishable


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non·per·ish·a·ble

 (nŏn-pĕr′ĭ-shə-bəl)
adj.
Not readily subject to spoilage or decay.
pl.n.
nonperishables Items, especially prepackaged or preprocessed foods, that are nonperishable.

nonperishable

(ˌnɒnˈpɛrɪʃəbəl)
adj
not liable to rot or wither
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New and unused items, such as nonperishable food and new socks, can be dropped off at sites throughout the county.
Local letter carriers picked up the food Saturday morning in what Woodward termed "by far the largest food drive and provides much of the nonperishable food that we distribute."
The nonperishable food items will be distributed on a daily basis and other items distributed as the boxes are filled to capacity.
Clark is responsible for all functions of Whole Foods' nonperishable business, including supplier relationships, inventory and category management initiatives, and the management and expansion of the grocer's exclusive brands.
This year, TFC is inviting both non-members and members to take part in the Food Drive by bringing in healthy nonperishable foods that will be donated to the following organizations:
This could be a cash donation or a donation of a nonperishable food item.
The increase was in both perishable and nonperishable food items.
Mary's Bank, Manchester, N.H., partnered with the Manchester Monarchs, the primary affiliate of the 2012 Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings, and Trinity High School to raise over 2,400 pounds of nonperishable canned goods and over $700 as a result of the Put Hunger on Ice Food Drive.
Customers were invited to bring nonperishable items to donate, and store employees cooked a pancake breakfast for everyone.
Clients receive a box of nutritionally balanced, nonperishable food in exchange for their food voucher.
Those factors offset rises in gasoline and other energy costs as well as in prices for rice and some other nonperishable foods.