clean food

[ kleen-food ]

noun
  1. natural food, neither processed nor refined, eaten to promote or sustain good health: Most of what I eat is clean food, but I do admit to the occasional bacon cheeseburger.

Origin of clean food

1
First recorded in 2005–10

Words Nearby clean food

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How to use clean food in a sentence

  • Garden of LifeGarden of Life was founded in 2000 and created to encourage the inclusion of healthy, clean foods into the world of supplements, vitamins, protein powders, and more.

  • But he was willing to pay for the privilege of a clean home and clean food.

    King Coal | Upton Sinclair
  • All animals, even pigs, love to be clean and to have clean food, just as much as we do.

    Rick and Ruddy | Howard R. Garis
  • We will not stop to argue that, but your hens will eat nothing but clean food if nothing else is provided.

  • It is such a luxury to sleep on a real mattrass—not stuffed with dirty straw; to eat clean food, and live in a nice room.

    Letters from the Cape | Lady Duff Gordon
  • They cook nice clean food here, and have some good claret, which I have been extravagant enough to drink, much to my advantage.

    Letters from the Cape | Lady Duff Gordon