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Cream rise in UHT milk during storage






XVIII Int. Dairy Congr. Express Dairy Co. Ltd., London, England, 1E,

Cream rise in UHT milk during storage

Measurement of the quantity of fat in the top 6 ml of 1 pint Tetra Pak carton of UHT milk and of that adhering to the top of the walls of the carton after 6 wk gave a good indication of the physical condition of the milk after 20 wk storage, a value of < 1 g being satisfactory.


Accession: 014403896



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