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By Trevor Britz, Richard K. Robinson

This crucial and finished booklet covers, extensive, an important fresh advances in dairy expertise. offering center commercially very important info for the dairy undefined, the editors, either across the world identified for his or her paintings during this quarter, have drawn jointly a powerful and authoritative record of contributing authors.Topics lined comprise: warmth therapy, membrane processing, hygiene by way of layout, software of HACCP, automation, security and caliber, smooth laboratory practices and research, and environmental aspects.This booklet is a vital buy for all dairy technologists world wide, no matter if in educational examine and educating, or inside of nutrients businesses.

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