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convenience food in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconvenience foodconˈvenience ˌfood noun [countable, uncountable]  DFfood that is partly or completely prepared already and that is sold frozen or in cans, packages etc, so that it can be prepared quickly and easily We eat too little fresh food, relying instead on convenience foods.
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convenience foodConvenience foods let you spend more quality time with your family.The loveliest remarks on this phenomenon come from the corporate convenience food conveyancers.Cooks around the world love a good convenience food.