EMA

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AcronymDefinition
EMAEnterprise Management Associates (research firm)
EMAExponential Moving Average
EMAEurope Music Awards (MTV)
EMAEmergency Management Australia
EMAEducation Maintenance Allowance (UK)
EMAEmergency Management Agency
EMAEuropean Medicines Agency (EU)
EMAEtat-Major des Armées (French: General Staff of the Armed Forces)
EMAEconomic and Market Analysis (various organizations)
EMAEthnic Minority Achievement (UK education)
EMAEducation Maintenance Allowance
EMAEnvironmental Media Association (Los Angeles, CA)
EMAEarly Middle Ages
EMAEnergy Market Authority (Singapore)
EMAEngine Manufacturers Association
EMAEmployers and Manufacturers Association (New Zealand)
EMAElephant Manager's Association (est. 1988)
EMAEpithelial Membrane Antigen
EMAEuropean Medical Association (est. 1990)
EMAExtreme Martial Arts
EMAEinbruchmeldeanlage (German: Intrusion Detection System)
EMAElectro-Magnetic Analysis (security)
EMAEquipment Maintenance Agreements
EMAEmergency Management Administration (university program)
EMAElectrical Manufacturers Association
EMAÉcole des Musiques Actuelles (French: School of Contemporary Music)
EMAEcole des Mines d'Ales (French university)
EMAEnterprise Modular Array
EMAEnterprise Management Architecture
EMAEdge Mobility Architecture
EMAExpert Medical Advisor (worker's compensation)
EMAElectronic Messaging Association
EMAEarly Medical Abortion
EMAEyelid Myoclonia with Absences (neurology)
EMAEnvironmental Management Authority
EMAEl Monte Airport (El Monte, CA)
EMAEligible Metropolitan Area
EMAEndomysial Antibody
EMAÉcole des Métiers Artistiques (French: Artistic Trades School)
EMAE-Mail Archive Appliance
EMAEnvironmental Management Accounting
EMAEthylene Methyl Acrylate
EMAEmergency Medical Assistance
EMAEnterprise Management Architecture (DEC)
EMAEnterprise Messaging Application (software)
EMAEntraide Mission Amitié (French: Mutual Friendship Mission)
EMAEnterprise Marketing Automation
EMAEmpresa Multinacional Andina (Spanish: Andean Multinational Enterprise)
EMAElectronic Mail Association
EMAExperimental Modal Analysis
EMAEagan, McAllister Associates, Inc.
EMAEffective Medium Approximation
EMAEuropean Midwives Association
EMAEuropean Monetary Agreement
EMAEnterprise Modular Array (Hewlett Packard)
EMAElectromechanical Actuator
EMAEthiopian Mapping Authority
EMAEconomically Motivated Adulteration (intentional substance dilution)
EMAElectro-Mechanical Anchor (pipe recovery tool)
EMAEstado-Maior da Armada (Portugal)
EMAEmergency Medical Assistant
EMAEast Midlands Arts (UK)
EMAEffective Mass Approximation
EMAExtra Marital Affair
EMAExtended Medical Assistance (New Hampshire)
EMAEquipment Maintenance Allowance
EMAÉveil Musique Aventure (French: Awakening Music Adventure)
EMAEuropean Metallizers Association
EMAEcole Militaire de l'Air (French)
EMAEnterprise Memory Architecture (Windows 2000)
EMAEarly Morning Awakening (depression symptom)
EMAEnterprise Management Association
EMAEast Midlands, England, United Kingdom - East Midlands (Airport Code)
EMAEat My Ass
EMAÉcole Municipale Artistique (French: Municipal Art School)
EMAEntertainment Management Association
EMAEricsson Multi Activation
EMAEurope, Middle East, and Asia (Peace Corps)
EMAExtra Mileage Allowance (airlines)
EMAEuropean Motorcycle Accessories (various locations)
EMAEngineers & Managers Association
EMAÉcole, Mutations, Apprentissage (French: School, Mutations, Learning)
EMAEscuela Mexicana Americana
EMAEmergency Medical Agency
EMAElectronic Module Assembly
EMAEnfermedad, Maternidad y Accidentes (Spanish: Disease, Maternity and Accidents)
EMAEcological Monitoring & Assessment Program & Foundation (NAU)
EMAExpectation Management Agreement
EMAElectronic Mailing Address
EMAEnergy Market Assessments
EMAEstonian Medical Association
EMAExtended Memory Area
EMAElectro-Magnetic Articulography (electromagnetic systems for visualisation of speech movements)
EMAEvangelistic Messengers' Association
EMAElectronic Missile Acquisition
EMAEmployment Medical Adviser
EMAEuropean Marketing Association
EMAEdmonton Musicians Association
EMAEurope MTV Award
EMAEvent Management Application
EMAEngineering Michaux Automobile (French kart racing company)
EMAExtended Memory Architecture
EMAElectrical Moisture Absorption
EMAEmergency Movements Atomic
EMAElevation Mask Angle (GPS)
EMAEntidad Mexicana de Acreditació AC (Mexico)
EMAEmission Mask Analysis
EMAEngineering Method Analysis
EMAExpected Mode Augumentation
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Economically motivated adulteration includes dilution with lower-cost byproducts derived from eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus and other species of Eucalyptus) oil and other essential oils, or the addition of pure chemical compounds derived from plant material, fermentation, or chemical synthesis.
Olive oil, milk, honey, saffron, orange juice, coffee and apple juice are the seven most likely food ingredients to be targets for intentional or economically motivated adulteration of food, or food fraud, according to analysis of the first U.
The forum will not shy away from issues such as food fraud or economically motivated adulteration of imported or domestic food products, Gilmore said, adding that such matters are important considerations for any food company operating in China.
Being a high-value botanical commodity, ginkgo extracts may be the subject of economically motivated adulteration.
Today, there is little doubt among many industry insiders and FDA regulators that OSCS was intentionally added to crude heparin preparations that were exported to the US and other countries (3), (6) At the time of the incident, there were a number of factors that may have heightened the risk of economically motivated adulteration.
A new study in the April issue of the Journal of Food Science, published by the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT), analyzes products that could be targets for economically motivated adulteration of food and food ingredient fraud.
This approach is a far stronger way to detect and deter the type of economically motivated adulteration that occurred for this important therapeutic ingredient in the 2007-2008 time frame.
A fourth program is the Economically Motivated Adulteration (EMA) Focus, examining "the fraudulent, intentional substitution or addition of a substance in a product for the purpose of increasing the apparent value of the product or reducing the cost of its production.
Whether this is economically motivated adulteration (EMA) by manufacturers of finished products or deception on the part of the raw material supplier, it's a serious problem that our industry needs to alleviate.
It's certainly no secret that the dietary supplement industry has historically had problem categories and ingredients that have been the subject of economically motivated adulteration.
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