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Denomination and labelling of protein standardized milk products


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