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By-products of the dairy industry and associated problems



By-products of the dairy industry and associated problems



Deutsche Milchwirtschaft 35(49): 2043-2045



Problems arising in the utilization of whey and new possibilities of disposal are discussed in this review-type article. In the German Federal Republic, 30% of the approx. 5.3 million t whey produced in 1981 were used as such or concentrated (1:3) for feeding farm animals, 42% were dried and 22% were processed into lactose.

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