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    Food Plural or singular?

    Please fellows help me, how is correct to say:
    Preserves food at its fines?
    or
    Preserves food at their finest?
    The topic is about ceramic kitchenware.

    Thank you in advance and looking forward to your reply!
    Best Regards,
    Lidia

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    Re: Food Plural or singular?

    "at its finest", no doubt about it

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    Re: Food Plural or singular?

    "At its finest" is grammatically correct, but it sounds a little unnatural to me. I would say "at its best" or "at its freshest".

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