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The European dairy market: potential for added value


, : The European dairy market: potential for added value. The European dairy market: potential for added value: ii + 61pp.

European dairy processors are now not only facing static overall demand for their products at a national and pan-European level, but the volumes which they can process are limited by the shortage of supply of raw milk. Processors have, as a result, been forced to explore the potential for new products and to exploit demand in export markets.

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