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Marking heat treated liquid milk


Marking heat treated liquid milk



Recht der Landwirtschaft 28(5): 113-116



The paper reports in detail on the regulation which came into force on 1.4.1975 on marking liquid milk and its amendment on 18.6.76. The Federal German regulation was necessary as it was not possible to foresee when the regulation being prepared by the EEC would be passed.

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