REM

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AcronymDefinition
REMRapid Eye Movement (sleep state)
REMRapid Eye Movement (band)
REMRemark
REMRoentgen Equivalent in Man/Mammal
REMRemote
REMRemington
REMRemove(d)
REMRemainder (computer programming and mathematics)
REMRasterelektronenmikroskop (German)
REMReal Estate Management
REMReal Estate Magazine
REMRayonnement Electromagnétique (French: Electromagnetic Radiation)
REMRangeland Ecology & Management (manual)
REMRacial Ethnic Minority (population classification)
REMReal-Ear Measurment (audiology)
REMRear Electronics Module
REMRemote Equipment Module
REMRemove
REMRecognition Memory
REMReal Estate Media
REMRate Equation Model
REMRare-Earth Metal
REMRegistered Environmental Manager
REMRandom Effects Model
REMResource Efficiency Management (US Navy)
REMRisk Enterprise Management
REMRegister of Ecological Models
REMRadioactivity Environmental Monitoring
REMReflection Electron Microscopy
REMRandom Early Marking
REMRing Error Monitor
REMRéseau Européen de la Microfinance (French: European Microfinance Network)
REMRocket Engine Module
REMReview Existing Maintenance (engineering)
REMRegional Electricity Market
REMRegional Executive Manager
REMRickitt Educational Media (educational software; UK)
REMRemote Elevator Monitoring
REMRetrieving Effectively from Memory (Shiffrin & Steyvers)
REMReference Earth Model
REMRéseau Européen des Migrations (French: European Migration Network; est. 2002)
REMRun-Time Enforcement for Mobile and Distributed Systems
REMRetention of Employment Model (UK NHS)
REMRapid Evaluation Method
REMRoute Evaluation Module
REMRefocusing Mechanism
REMRange Extension Modes
REMRange Equipment Manual
REMRelease Escape Mechanism
REMRange Encryption Module
REMResonancia Electromagnética
REMRelease Engagement Mechanism
REMRegistered Equipment Manager
REMRisk Equalisation Mechanism (EU health insurance)
REMRedmax Enterprise Modem
REMReady-to-Eat Meal
REMRadon Environmental Monitoring (Northbrook, IL)
REMRemote Extension Moscow
REMRefurbished Equipment Market
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However, consumers added that they "might not purchase a ready-to-eat meal from a supermarket deli" because of "price" (50 percent) and/or "food quality" (49 percent).
Hundreds of thousands of ready-to-eat meals have already been handed out to Hurricane Sandy victims by the American Red Cross and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Ready-to-eat meals rank second at 31%, followed by vegetables at 24%.
As such, PRC was able send thousands of ready-to-eat meals, temporary roofing materials, and water treatment units for the affected population.
The diets are customized according to the preferences of each client and the ready-to-eat meals are delivered to the doorsteps in Vancouver.
Provision of ready-to-eat meals delivered for mas and fam services.
These hospitals are provided with 500 ready-to-eat meals daily, part of which is delivered to patients directly, and the other part is distributed through Ramadan tables located in the hospital yard, which are attended by bystanders of patient s and medical staff.
The start up is the owner of a machine which automates the assembly of ready-to-eat meals.
Summary: Ready-to-eat meals have significantly gained momentum in tandem with fast changing consumer lifestyle and has spurred convenient consumption solutions, and cook-in-bags are no exception.
Oliver Kutsch, chief executive officer, Ceresana, said: "Sales of highly processed foods, ready meals, and ready-to-eat meals are growing considerably."
A unit of the country's leading fair price chain, NTUC Foodfare, has launched a new line of affordable ready-to-eat meals, called Chef's Finest Low-GI, that are suitable for people with diabetes.
High risk food items such as ready-to-eat meals and salads, which are popular in Global Village food outlets will undergo tests based on risk assessment done by good inspectors on the site.