Translation of spoilage in Spanish:


deterioro, n.

Pronunciation /ˈspɔɪlɪdʒ//ˈspɔɪlɪdʒ/


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    deterioro masculine
    • Although pigs will readily consume wet food waste, the high moisture content contributes to spoilage and feeding management problems.
    • Rainfall, good soil and cold winters that allowed farmers to store beets on their farms without spoilage gave growers a competitive edge.
    • But scientists have known that calcium - just as it helps keep bones strong - also helps melon rind maintain firmness that protects the fruit against spoilage.
    • This ultra-thin layer of foil eliminates the need for refrigeration and prevents spoilage without using preservatives.
    • The treatment not only enhances the safety of the fruit, but also extends its shelf life by reducing native microflora that may cause spoilage.
    • Schools can especially benefit from the shelf stability of milk products, as the company points out, because such packages help ensure food safety while cutting down on spoilage and waste.
    • Among the problems caused by poor communications: excess inventories along the supply chain, misdirected products, unauthorized substitutions and spoilage.
    • In order to prevent spoilage wild rice must be dried promptly.
    • If so, extra spoilage will occur where these bales touch because rain, snow, and ice will gather in these spots instead of running off.
    • Products are then sampled for quality control; batch samples are retained to check in case of customer complaints of milk spoilage.
    • Cool the grain in the fall to reduce condensation and spoilage in the center, and warm the grain in the spring to reduce condensation and spoilage near the bin walls.
    • In fact, good silage can lose 15% to 20% of its feed value from fermentation and spoilage under normal conditions.
    • The evolution toward more resealable and recloseable packages that protect products from everything from spillage to spoilage is primarily driven by consumer demand.
    • ‘Consumers have told us that they wanted a package they could be sure was closed because that's where cheese spoilage comes in, when the package isn't closed right,’ says Gannon.
    • It also helps retard oil spoilage and reduce off-flavor in stored peanut products.
    • Carbon dioxide is pumped into the dressing, which is mixed before it is added to the curd to displace oxygen and prevent spoilage.
    • Though chocolate milk sales continue to grow, this beverage choice is challenged by a greater incidence of spoilage and a shorter shelf life than unflavored milk.
    • The result was a tomato that ripened well and resisted spoilage longer.
    • Mattoo's newly modified tomato has some advantages, such as reduced spoilage and increased nutritional and health benefits.
    • This minimizes moisture migration within the grain mass, reducing the chances of condensation and spoilage.
    • The job is generally done on the last or second-to-last day of setup to avoid smelly food spoilage.
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    desperdicio masculine