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Brand new Book. The dairy industry is, in many countries, a major contributor to the manufacturing capacity of the food sector, and as more components of milk are utilised in processed foods, so this importance is likely to grow. Already dairy operations range from the straightforward handling of liquid milk through to the production of highly sophisticated consumer items, and it is of note that all this activity is based on a raw material that is readily perishable at ambient temperatures.
This competitive, commercial position, together with the fact that the general public has a high regard for dairy products, is an indication of the extent to which milk producers and processors have combined to ensure that retail prO ;lucts are both nutritious and hygienically acceptable.
Achievement of these aims, and at reasonable cost, has depended in large measure on the advances that have been made in the handling of large volumes of milk. Thus, factories designed to handle millions of litres of milk per week are now commonplace, and it is the plant and equipment involved that provides the factual background for this two-volume book. Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Seller Inventory LIE Seller Inventory AAV Published by Springer About this Item: Springer, Condition: GOOD.
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By the s, Galalith was also used for knitting needles,  pens, umbrella handles, white piano keys replacing natural ivory , and electrical goods,  with world production at that time reaching 10, tons. Although Galalith was historically cheap, the fact it could not be moulded led to its demise by commercial end users. Production slowed as the restrictions of World War II led to a need for milk as a food, and due to new oil-derived wartime plastic developments.
Production continued in Brazil until the s. Nowadays "Galalith" still continues to be produced in small quantities, mainly for buttons. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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