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Record number 525393
Title Botercontrole in Nederland : de geschiedenis van de Nederlandsche botercontrole in verband met de boterwetgeving en -handel
Author(s) Knapp, W.H.C.
Source University. Promotor(en): B. van der Burg. - Schiedam : De Eendracht - 551
Publication type Dissertation, internally prepared
Publication year 1927
Keyword(s) boter - voedselinspectie - dierlijke producten - analyse - testen - controle - nederland - butter - food inspection - animal products - analysis - testing - control - netherlands
Categories Rural History of the Netherlands
Abstract A short history of dairy farming and of butter production and trade in the Netherlands was given with fuller description of the then recent development of the butter and margarine industry and commerce. Special emphasis was laid on the adulteration of butter. The system of butter quality inspection, as it evolved in the course of time, was extensively described and discussed. Scientific, technical, administrative and economic aspects were considered, and the relative merits of different inspection systems were outlined. Finally, recommendations for future control were given and elucidated. The existing system of private inspection stations set up by the dairy industry, under statutory regulations and government supervision, was generally considered preferable.
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