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Fundamentals Of Dairy Technology :Theory & Practice


ISBN: 8179061930
ISBN 8179061930
Name of Authors N.S. Rathore S.S. Chasta G,K, Mathur
Book Type Paper Back
Year 2008
Pages 246
Language English

Milk industry un India has made an accelerated growth in its production and touched the target to 100.03 million tonnes in the year 2006-2007. Future, India enjoys the privilege of largest production of milk in the world, even more than USA. However, only 15-16% of the milk in the country is processed by organized dairy sector. The milk business is quite profitable provided adequate processing and value addition technology be implemented in sysyematic manner. A large number of modern milk planys and production factories have been established to cater the need of indigenous and western style milk products. As a results dairy education in the country acquired a sifnificant position, specially for producting supervision and technical personnel for different unit operation of milk processing plant. Keeping in view the importance of dairy education in our country and its future prospects, a technical book entitled ""Fundamental of Dairy Technology: Theory & Practice"" has been written for the benefit of students understanding B.Tech. programme and technical staff working in Dairy Industrial. The book has been divided into 17 chapters including present state of art technology and methods of manufacturing various milk products. The clear and concise language, text matter supplemented with tables and diagrams are the special features ofthis book. More over encouraging scientific information and lastest rfficient technology of milk processing has been included in this book. This book of adequate guidance will go a long way in rectifying enquires, imparting technical knowledge to students, milk producers, entrepreneurs etc. and serve as a ready reference for various R & D activities of milk processing and its value addition


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