I have a mixture of different things and now I artificially make it so that there is more of one component or ingredient in my product. Do I then say, "A is enriched in B" or "A is enriched with B"? Is there a difference in the meaning? Which one is more appropriate?
- enriched with vitamins
- enriched in a certain isotope
- a selection is made to be enriched in a certain type of contribution
("enriched with" yields twice as many Google results as "enriched in" but I think I would always tend to use the latter.)