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What should the dairy industry adopt in the future towards competition from substitutes for genuine dairy products?

What should the dairy industry adopt in the future towards competition from substitutes for genuine dairy products?

South African Journal of Dairy Technology 14(1): 27-29

This article discusses malnutrition in the black community of South Africa and suggests ways in which the dairy industry can bring fresh milk to this section of the population. It also discusses overnutrition in the white population and the high incidence of coronary heart disease.

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