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In zoning, the number of things allowed per unit of land, such as number of houses, occupants,or families per acre.

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Scientists at the University of Minnesota examined the nutrient density of commonly consumed snacks using two measures--Nutrient Rich Foods Indices 9.
Simple Mills also is looking for its ingredients to maximize nutrient density.
Most fruits and vegetables are low in energy density (calories) and high in nutrient density.
When creating your healthy eating pattern, the guidelines advise focusing on variety, nutrient density, and amount.
MYTH THREE Eggs are rich and therefore fattening With their high protein content and high nutrient density, eggs are an ideal food for slimmers and are one of the most filling foods you can eat.
The program offers a multitude of comprehensive courses, including building greenhouses, soil quality and nutrient density, crop planting and management, and even animal husbandry--yes, there are chickens and pigs on the farm in Tsawwassen.
The federal government inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with NASCO Food limited, Jos, Plateau State, for commercial production of high nutrient density biscuits to feed around 30 million school children under 13 years of age.
Today, regulations require the majority of foods featuring a healthy nutrient content claim meet "low fat" and "low saturated fat" standards regardless of their nutrient density.
Today, these regulations still require that the majority of foods featuring a 'healthy' nutrient content claim meet 'low fat' and 'low saturated fat' standards regardless of their nutrient density.
The G4G criteria take into consideration nutrient density.
Fifty percent of the salt produced in Bangladesh is not adequately iodized, rice dominates the diet and its low nutrient density perhaps contributes to the high rates of zinc deficiency.
We select global and traditional vegetables with enhanced nutrient density and production characteristics appropriate for small-scale producers.