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FI-Mejerifrugt: real fruit for ice cream


, : FI-Mejerifrugt: real fruit for ice cream. Nordisk Mejeriinformation 21(11-12): 274-275

This unit, set up by Danish Dairies' Joint purchasing in 1976, produces annually 8400 t dairy fruit in 160 different mixtures, still mainly yoghurt fruit for the Danish market (market share >90%). Exports, e.g. to Germany, Sweden and the UK, account for 20% of production. Domestic and foreign ice cream producers accounts for 20-25%. Modern continuous processes largely preserve the structure of the fruit, as well as flavour, smell and colour.

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