Advances in dairy Research

Advances in dairy Research
Open Access

ISSN: 2329-888X

Mohammed Abdallah Musa Salih

  • Review Article
    Common Milk Adulteration in Developing Countries Cases Study in China and Sudan: A Review
    Author(s): Mohammed Abdallah Musa Salih and Shuming YangMohammed Abdallah Musa Salih and Shuming Yang

    Food adulteration is a bigger problem faces the world and developing countries are higher risk related with this problem due to lack of good monitoring and policies. Milk in natural form has a high food value; it comprises nutrients, which are essential for proper growth and maintenance of the human body. Recently, there has been an upsurge in milk consumption worldwide, especially in developing countries, and consumption of milk is now forming a significant part of the diet for a high proportion of the global population. As a result of the most increased demands, high growth in competition in the dairy markets and increasing complexity of the supply chain, some unscrupulous milk producers are indulging in milk fraud. This malpractice has become a big common problem in the developing countries. Milk is often subjected to fraud (by means of adulteration) for lack of proper hygienic condit.. View More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2329-888X.1000192

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