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German - English (British) translations for "Lebensmittel"

"Lebensmittel" German translation




Lebensmittel is a German noun that translates to 'food' in English. It refers to any substance that is consumed by living beings to provide nutritional support and energy for their bodies.

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Meaning: food

Ich kaufe meine Lebensmittel im Supermarkt.

I buy my food at the supermarket.

Meaning: groceries

Ich muss noch Lebensmittel einkaufen.

I still need to buy groceries.

Meaning: provisions

Wir haben genug Lebensmittel für die Reise mitgenommen.

We brought enough provisions for the trip.

Meaning: staples

Reis und Mehl sind wichtige Lebensmittel in vielen Küchen.

Rice and flour are important staples in many kitchens.


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A1: Ich kaufe Lebensmittel im Supermarkt.

A1: I buy groceries at the supermarket.

A1: Wir essen gesunde Lebensmittel.

A1: We eat healthy food.

A1: Die Lebensmittel sind frisch.

A1: The groceries are fresh.

B1: Ich habe gestern Lebensmittel eingekauft.

B1: I bought groceries yesterday.

B1: Morgen werde ich Lebensmittel einkaufen gehen.

B1: Tomorrow I will go grocery shopping.

B1: Ich esse gerne regionale Lebensmittel.

B1: I like to eat local food.

C1: Die Qualität der Lebensmittel ist entscheidend für unsere Gesundheit.

C1: The quality of the food is crucial for our health.

C1: In diesem Restaurant werden nur biologische Lebensmittel verwendet.

C1: This restaurant only uses organic ingredients.

C1: Der Verkauf von abgelaufenen Lebensmitteln ist gesetzlich verboten.

C1: Selling expired food is legally prohibited.

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In Germany, Lebensmittel is a term commonly used in the food industry and by consumers alike. It encompasses all types of food products, including fresh produce, meat, dairy, grains, and packaged goods.

The concept of Lebensmittel has been an important part of German culture for centuries. Historically, Germans have placed great emphasis on the quality and safety of their food supply. This has led to strict regulations and standards for food production and labeling.

Today, the term Lebensmittel continues to be relevant as people become more conscious about what they eat and where their food comes from. Consumers are increasingly interested in organic, locally sourced, and sustainable options when it comes to their Lebensmittel.

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