Bulletin of the IDF N° 304/1995 - Implications of Genetic Polymorphism of Milk Proteins on Production and Processing of Milk - Report on Food in the Year 2000 – Current Trends and Current Aspects of Goat and Ewe Dairy Products - Scanned Copy
|published date||24 March 1995|
|reference||Bulletin of the IDF No. 304/1995|
Implications of Genetic Polymorphism of Milk Proteins on Production and Processing of Milk
32 short versions of the contributions to an IDF Seminar held at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, 28–29 March 1995, are presented.
An introduction to the subject (6 summaries) is followed by discussions relating to its effect on the properties of milk (12 summaries), processing of milk (9 summaries), and breeding and economic implications (5 summaries).
Protein Standardization of Milk and Milk Products – Report on Responses to Three IDF Questionnaires
by IDF Group of Experts D47 – Standardization of the protein content of milk (See also IDF Special Issue 9502)
An analysis of replies to Questionnaire 493/D distributed by Group D47 to IDF NCs is presented. Questionnaire 694/D was intended to verify some of the data received from the first questionnaire, and Questionnaire 594/D (issued at the same time) sought to identify a preferred minimum protein content of preserved milk products, and sought comment on proposed changes in Codex standards to allow for the protein standardization of preserved milk products, labelling of protein-standardized products, and possible changes to Article 1.2 of the Codex Code of Principles Concerning Milk and Milk Products.
Questionnaires 493/D, 594/D and 694/D provide valuable information on the subject of the protein standardization of milk products.
Report on Food in the Year 2000 – Current Trends and Current Aspects of Goat and Ewe Dairy Products
by J.C. Lejaouen (France) & J.A. Kurmann (Switzerland)
This report deals with food in the year 2000 – current trends and future aspects of goat and ewe dairy products in industrialized countries. The important criteria which such dairy products will have to meet in the year 2000 – quality, diversity, originality, attractiveness, quantity, variety, compatibility with the environment, supremacy – are examined.