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Basic guidelines for the use of instrumental texture measurement to assist with cheese product development


, : Basic guidelines for the use of instrumental texture measurement to assist with cheese product development. International Dairy Federation Special Issue ( 9303): 117-124

Guidelines are given for the selection of a basic method of instrumental texture measurement, its refinement and use in the commercial development of new cheese varieties with well-defined textural requirements.


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