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Heat treatment of milk for producer-retailers

Heat treatment of milk for producer-retailers

Journal of the Society of Dairy Technology 31(3): 156-164

The effects that proposed UK Government legislation restricting the sale of unheat-treated milk will have a producer-retailers and the options open to them are examined. An appraisal of the requirements of equipment designed for on-farm pasteurization, comments on the suitability of equipment available and a list of main manufacturers is given.

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Accession: 000393786

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1471-0307.1978.tb00839.x

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