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The veterinarian and the quality control of milk and its derivatives


, : The veterinarian and the quality control of milk and its derivatives. Obiettivi e Documenti Veterinari 13(1): 21-27

The article describes the development of methods for inspection of milk and its derivatives and the relevant Italian legislation from 1929 to 1991. Products discussed include fresh, pasteurized, UHT and sterilized milk as well as condensed milk, powdered milk, cream, yoghurt, butter and cheese. Topics covered include nutritional content, microbial content, production, storage and transport conditions and procedures for monitoring the quality of the products.

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