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Use of time temperature indicators to monitor fluid milk movement in commercial practice



Use of time temperature indicators to monitor fluid milk movement in commercial practice



Dairy, Food and Environmental Sanitation 9(8): 439-443



This study provides data which indicate that LifeLinesTM system can be used to monitor quality changes of market milk during commercial distribution.

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