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Concentrated and dry milks and wheys


Concentrated and dry milks and wheys



Applied dairy microbiology (Ed. 2): 77-92



This chapter discusses the major concentrated and dried milk and whey products including evaporated milks, condensed and sweetened condensed milk, condensed and dried whey products.

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