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Protein price and production costs vs. biological value of protein in different plant and animal products



Protein price and production costs vs. biological value of protein in different plant and animal products



Annals of Animal Science 3(1): 185-190



The costs of producing digestible protein found in different plant and animal raw materials and products were investigated. Retail prices of protein found in different food products were identified and compared with their actual contents. The products included cow's milk, veal, beef, pork, mutton, chicken meat, eggs and coarse grain legumes. The cost of producing 1 kg milk averaged 0.68 zloty (lowest), whereas for peas and beans, the costs were 0.75 and 0.98 zloty, respectively.

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