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Milk: A local and global history

So just how did an animal product that spoils easily, carries disease, and causes digestive trouble for many consumers become a near universal symbol of modern nutrition? Deborah Valenze provides comprehensive and engaging answers for specialists and generalists, policymakers and consumers.
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Sounds historically revealing reading with contemporary statistics and the dynamics milk has gone through over the years, I wonder what is Afica's percentage in milk production and consumption. The answers may lie in the pages of the book. I buy one.
posted by: IDI Mukhtar (15:15:05 Mon 9th January 2012)

 

 

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