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The Normandy dairy network and its assets

, : The Normandy dairy network and its assets. Revue Laitiere Francaise ( 541): 9-13

The importance of the dairy industry in Normandy for the economy of the region is discussed; in 1994 75% of agricultural enterprises were specialized milk producers. There were approximately 5995 milk producers in Haute-Normandie with 13 dairies specializing in fresh products, while Basse-Normandie specialized in cheesemaking. Details are given of milk collection enterprises and of some of the major dairy factories processing milk products.

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