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Record number 357519
Title Productkwaliteit zuivel: verschil tussen biologisch en gangbaar = Diary product quality : difference between organic and regular
Author(s) Slaghuis, B.A.; Wit, J. de
Source Lelystad : Animal Sciences Group (Rapport / Animal Sciences Group, Wageningen UR 23) - 14
Department(s) Research
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2007
Keyword(s) melkveehouderij - melkproducten - melk - biologische landbouw - biologische voedingsmiddelen - onverzadigde vetzuren - linolzuur - vergelijkend onderzoek - dairy farming - milk products - milk - organic farming - organic foods - unsaturated fatty acids - linoleic acid - comparative research
Categories Dairy Products / Product Management / Production Chain Management / Human Nutrition and Health / Animal Health and Welfare / Animal Nutrition and Feeding (General) / Economics (General) / Food Quality and Safety
Abstract In each season of 2006 six samples organic and six samples regular milk and cheese were investigated for fatty acid composition, biophotones and crystallisation degree. Significant differences were found between organic and regular milk and cheese for polyunsaturated acids, omega-3-fatty acids and for CLA. For biophotones only seasonal influences were found. The crystallisation degree was only significant different for ecological and regular milk.
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