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Denomination and labelling of protein standardized milk products


, : Denomination and labelling of protein standardized milk products. Milk protein: definition and standardization: 99-105

The question of denomination and labelling of products in relation to the standardization of milk protein is discussed, taking into consideration the following: liquid milk for consumption vs. other milk products; nutritional value of milk; existing labelling provisions; proposals for the denomination of protein standardized milk products; and assumptions to be made and alternatives to be considered.

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