vitamin-enriched

vitamin-enriched

adj
having had vitamins added
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vitamin-enriched

[ˌvɪtəmɪnɪnˈrɪtʃt] ADJenriquecido con vitaminas
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If you invest in your health the right way, right now, by choosing vitamin-enriched food while living a clean lifestyle, you are sure to have better days ahead.
From the Mena region, industrial engineering graduates Abdallah Tannoury and Dimitri Khneisser from the Lebanese American University in Beirut, Lebanon developed VitaFit, a detox, vitamin-enriched, protein beverage.
a delicious vitamin-enriched blend of laban and real fruits.
The only foods that deliver it are meat, eggs, poultry, dairy products and B vitamin-enriched pastas and cereals.
uk/activekids VICTORIA PENDLETON, 34, Olympic gold-medal winning track cyclist "IN THE winter, I'm very aware of keeping my immune system healthy, so I ensure I eat vitamin-enriched foods, take multi-vitamins and fish oil supplements.
MANILA -- The vitamin-enriched bread of the 1970s are back to fill students' tummies in Manila.
For example, in 2012, Hershey announced a partnership with Project Peanut Butter to make and distribute vitamin-enriched nutritional packets of the item for malnourished children in rural Ghana.
A good diet would consist of 25 per cent vitamin-enriched seed mix (or 50 per cent without pellets); 25 per cent pellets; five per cent veg, dark leafy greens and fruit; 15 per cent cooked rice, corn and bean mixture; 10 per cent table food, cereal, bread, cheese etc.
California Aseptic Beverages packages Mickies Slices organic fruit juices and vitamin-enriched waters for Kids Healthy Foods LLC in triangular-shaped 5-ounce Tetra-Pak aseptic cartons, McClelland notes.
Everything in the Verb product line is water-based and vitamin-enriched while containing natural UV protectants.
Our priority is to maintain supply to customers and use this modern dairy in a strong milk field to help us to develop new products, such as vitamin-enriched milk.