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A study on formulated weaning food for infants and young children

China Dairy Industry ( 4): 11-14

A study on formulated weaning food for infants and young children

A formulated weaning food for infants and young children was designed by using a computer program according to GB 10769-89. At the same time, vitamins, trace elements, taurine and docosahexaenoic acid were all enriched in the formulation. This formulated product was processed on the pilot scale by roller drying technology.

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