viii, 343p., Figs., Index, 23 cm. (First Edition pub. in 1999)
CONTENTS:- Ice Cream; Cream; Butter and Margarine; Cheese; Condensed Milk; Evaporated Milk; Dried Milk; Subsidiary Milk Products and Uses for Milk; Index.
Milk products is not a work on dietetics or nutrition, although these most important subjects receive due consideration throughout the book. It is rather a practical handbook which attempts to set out in reasonably concise from the various ancillary uses to which milk may be put, and to describe the processes of manufacture, together with desirable methods of control. The well illustrated books are the pioneering and classical work on milk products. This book will be highly beneficial and useful for students, research workers, planners and farmers.