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Some aspects of packaging development in the dairy industry


, : Some aspects of packaging development in the dairy industry. Elelmezesi Ipar 26(4): 107-112

The development, actual situation and most important tasks of the packaging of dairy products are dealt with. Qualitative control and supply of packaging materials and packaging facilities are discussed. Trends, possibilities of development, systems of retail packaging of the most important products (liquids, pastes, powders and solids) are outlined.

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