2 edition of meat inspector"s role and views on meat hygiene found in the catalog.
meat inspector"s role and views on meat hygiene
1993 by Society of Chemical Industry .
Written in English
Paper from a symposium on "Meat Hygiene in and after the Last Decade of the Twentieth Century" held London (Great Britain), 19 Nov 1993.
|Series||Lecture papers series -- no 7|
|Contributions||Society of Chemical Industry. Food Commodities & Ingredients Group., Meat hygiene in and after the last decade of the twentieth century (symposium) (1993 : London)|
|The Physical Object|
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