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New decree on fermented milks and yoghurts


, : New decree on fermented milks and yoghurts. Technique Laitiere (964): 9, 11

The text is given of a decree published in Journal Officiel de la Republique Francaise on 25 Feb. 1982, concerning the composition, labelling and testing of fermented milks and yoghurt.


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