Also pre·mix·ture [pree-miks-cher]. /priˈmɪks tʃər/. a mixture of ingredients, made before selling, using, etc.: The chain saw runs on a premix of oil and gasoline.
mixed prior to using, marketing, etc.; premixed: premix concrete.
to mix beforehand, as in advance of selling or using.
- pre·mix·er, noun
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How to use premix in a sentence
The food comes with high-quality vitamin premix for added nutrition and can stay good in a fridge for up to four days.
These little particles now formed an iron “premix” that could be added to iodized salt.One man’s crusade to end a global scourge with better salt | Katie McLean | December 18, 2020 | MIT Technology Review
The plant’s initial output of 600 tons of premix a year was enough to supply over 40 million people.One man’s crusade to end a global scourge with better salt | Katie McLean | December 18, 2020 | MIT Technology Review
You see, premix is only Little Business, as the foods industry goes, but they have something very sweet.
Breakfast finally ended, and Varcek and Dunmore left for the premix plant.
It won't be official until the sixteenth of May, when the premix stockholders meet, but that's just a formality.
But it would cause a scandal that would rock the premix Company to its very foundations.
But I believe a formula could be evolved which would keep the premix Company and its affairs out of it.