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    #1

    correct expression

    Hi,

    I am looking for a noun in the following sentence:

    The supplier declares that the goods will have the same properties (in particular taste, aroma and ????? of the Aloe Vera bits) for at least one year from the day of their production.

    It is about a drink and the noun I am looking for shouĺd mean that the aloe bits or pulp retain the same form in the drink (will be stable, will not change) for one year. Maybe "stability of the aloe vera bits"?

    Thanks a lot!

    Hanka

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    #2

    Re: correct expression

    Hi Hanka

    How about "texture" or "consistency"?

    Regards
    NT


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    Re: correct expression

    It should say something like that the aloe vera bits will remain in the drink for the whole period in the same form. Like permanent character, permanence, stability, durability or resistence.

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