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Fat content of dairy foods in relation to sensory properties and consumer acceptability

Bulletin of the International Dairy Federation ( 244): 44-46
Fat content of dairy foods in relation to sensory properties and consumer acceptability
Fat content of milk products in relation to sensory properties and consumer acceptability is discussed, in terms of nutritive value, palatability and texture.

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