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What is the difference between semi-perishable and non-perishable?

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perishable is not biodegradable

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Semiperishable is capable of perishing...


'Nonperishable' is already in English.


bread, cake, pies, pastries and canned food


nonperishable foods are foods that don't spoil or rot such as canned foods .


An adjective, for example: The nonperishable apple never went rotten. The word nonperishable is describing apple, and apple is a noun and adjectives describe nouns.


Cans of food or boxes of noodles are supposed to be nonperishable food items.There you go!


You have spelled it correctly.


Yoghurt is not non-perishable.


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You can keep some foods out in the open. They are non perishable by nature as they do not decompose.


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