produce from

produce (something) from (something)

1. To bring something out of something and present it. She produced a brand new CPU from the bag and handed it to Matt. Dad produced one last present from behind his back for my birthday.
2. To create or fabricate something out of some other items or materials. The artist produces amazing collages from pieces of promotional materials that are discarded by local theaters around the city. Tom produced an exceptionally good meal just from the vegetables he grows in his garden.
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produce something from something

to create something from something; to make something out of something. We are able to produce a high-quality writing paper from the scraps we trim off the edges of the books as we bind them. Jane produces an excellent jelly from the grapes she grows in her backyard.
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The main role of chlorine is to prevent a contaminated piece of produce from spreading pathogens to other pieces during washing.
That's almost twice the amount of ethanol that we produce from corn today.
These vendors typically purchase their produce from intermediaries who purchase and transport it from farms in outlying areas.
Red Tomato brokers buy certified organic and non-organic produce, but they especially have success with produce from farms where Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is practiced.