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From Longman Business Dictionaryvalue-addedˌvalue-ˈadded adjective [only before a noun]MARKETING value-added products or services have an increased value because work has been done on them, they have been combined with other products etc. This increase in value to the buyer is what the buyer pays forSmall bakeries need to have value-added product lines, such as quality wholemeal bread, croissants, cakes, and sandwiches.The new Russian economy could increase the supply oflow-value-added manufacturedgoods.