LFRA

AcronymDefinition
LFRALeatherhead Food Research Association
LFRALet Freedom Ring America (anti-illegal immigration group)
LFRALatvian Fish Resources Agency (also seen as LATFRA)
LFRALow Frequency Radio Astronomy
LFRALarge Format Resistor Array
LFRALowell Female Reform Association (textile industry union)
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The LFRA 4500G, with its large and growing range of probes and optional fixtures and accessories, allows many different tests to be carried out under 'real life' conditions.
Matthew Pfleger, marketing executive, LFRA, said: "Publishing Foodline in partnership with SilverPlatter information will take our databases into new global markets, and is a step that has been requested by many of our customers over a number of years.
LFRA believes benchmarking is the "business improvement tool with the greatest potential for driving change", because it gives companies a structured way of comparing their performance against best practice.
With a 25-year heritage, the LFRA instrument hats a long established reputation in the gels and gel testing world under the Stevens' brand.
With a 25-year heritage, the LFRA unit has a long established reputation in the gelatin and gels testing world under the Steven's brand.
France, which is the only other European market for which LFRA had data available, has slightly lower sales at 20 million [pounds], or 1% of its total chocolate.
The LFRA, in its January 1993 report, isolates several types of vegetarians:
Using the LFRA Texture Analyser, the test uses back extrusion principles--driving a test probe of set geometry into the sample in a controlled manner.
A little nearer the mark perhaps, is the 1993 LFRA report which estimated the retail market to be worth 7bn.
The LFRA Texture Analyser, designed by the Leatherhead Food Research Association, is ideal for low force applications such as the gelatin Bloom test.
The LFRA, developed by the Leatherhead Food Research Association, is suitable for low force applications such as the gelatin Bloom test; and the QTS 25 provides detailed analysis, making it ideal for the more demanding R&D environment.
uk), with a member discount price of [pound]50 which includes password-protected access via the LFRA web site.