The term briquette (or briquet) refers to a compressed block of combustible organic materials, such as charcoal, sawdust or wood chips, that may be used as kindling and fuel for starting a fire.

-see also:
"Briquettes" is in the CPC Code "1102"
Briquettes and similar solid fuels manufactured from coal

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