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milk powder

noun
1.
Origin
1825-1835
1825-35
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Examples from the web for milk powder
  • The families who bought the milk powder were mostly poor country people.
  • Brisk growth in emerging markets and cost-cutting compensated for higher prices of raw materials, such as cocoa and milk powder.
  • One is the legacy of the firm's past scandals involving the sale of milk powder in poor countries, which led to painful boycotts.
  • He said police received calls about people driving off with some of the bags of milk powder that are strewn along the beach.
  • These cookies earn high marks thanks to real vanilla bean and plain malted milk powder.
  • He said police received calls about people driving off with some of the bags of milk powder that are strewn along the beach.
  • The main ingredient is a mix of nonfat milk powder, defatted soy powder and defatted egg.

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