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Chemicals in foods


, : Chemicals in foods. Chemie in Lebensmitteln: 356

This book has been produced by an environmentalist group in Cologne with the aim of providing the consumer with information on the chemical composition and degree of contamination of different foods and the dangers associated with them. The book is divided into 28 chapters, with a thumb index. Each of the first 25 chapters relates to a specific food category, milk being covered in Chapter 3 and milk-derived products in Chapter 4.

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