- a spoiling or being spoiled
- something spoiled or the amount spoiled
Spoilage is the process of going bad, or something that has gone bad.
An example of spoilage is rotten chicken.
- a. The process of becoming spoiled.b. The condition of being spoiled.
- a. Something that has been spoiled.b. The degree to which something has been spoiled.
spoil +"Ž -age
- Meats should be refrigerated as soon as possible after bringing them home from the grocery store, and cooked leftovers should be refrigerated as soon as possible after a meal to prevent spoilage.
- If the veggie has wilted or drooping leaves, soft body, obvious spoilage on the body, or smells like its seen better days, leave it on the shelf and choose something that is fresh.
- Most small producers are unable to ship frozen meat for long distances, as the shipping cost and risk of spoilage are prohibitively high for smaller-scale producers.
- Tenants and condominium policies include home freezer and spoilage coverage, credit and bank card coverage, fire department charges, and much more.
- Blends which include gluten-free flours with high amounts of fat such as soy flour require storage in the refrigerator to prevent spoilage.