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powdered milk

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(Cookery) cookery milk in the form of a powder
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Noun1.powdered milk - dehydrated milkpowdered milk - dehydrated milk      
milk - a white nutritious liquid secreted by mammals and used as food by human beings
nonfat dry milk - dehydrated skimmed milk
Translations
mleko v prahu

powdered milk

nMilchpulver nt
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The milk industry comprises fresh milk, powder milk, and long-life milk.
KARACHI -- President of the Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI), Iftikhar Ahmed Vohra, supporting the demand of milk powder importers and processors, urged the government to announce cut in import duty on powder milk.
Kirene, founded in 2001, produces mineral water, fruit juice (from concentrate) and UHT milk (based on blend of imported powder milk 70-80% and 20-30% raw milk) under licensing from Candia of France.
Kazakhstan is ready to buy pasteurized milk and powder milk, he said.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian chemists from the University of Tabriz produced a simple and cost-effective nanosensor by using gold/silver nano alloy in order to measure the melamine in the powder milk for infants.
A major portion of the milk is wasted or consumed by the producers in far-flung areas, he said and added that the country imports 25,000 tons of dry powder milk annually.
If the government reduces the import duty, ITP and other levies, it will help to meet the country's annual milk consumption shortfall which is presently around 30 percent besides bringing down the local powder milk prices", Jano said.
When the child preferred the powder milk, she decided not to breastfeed.
The powder milk container had the words "not for sale" written all over it.
CAIRO: The past four months have seen an ongoing battle in Egypt's dairy sector as a decline in global demand for dairy products pushed prices down and increased the volume of powder milk imports.
The items which come under the special discount include rice, oil, frozen chicken, fresh meat, fruit and vegetables, sugar, vimto, flour, powder milk, canned foods as well as non food items like aluminium foil, plastic plates, electronic items and household items, he added.
Experts believe mums should be offered a financial incentive to breastfeed because natural milk is better for babies than powder milk.