milk powder

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Noun1.milk powder - dehydrated milkmilk powder - dehydrated milk      
milk - a white nutritious liquid secreted by mammals and used as food by human beings
nonfat dry milk - dehydrated skimmed milk
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KARACHI, May 11 -- High rate of regulatory and other duties besides import through Afghan Transit Trade (ATT) has caused huge losses to the tin pack milk powder manufacturers in the country.
April 9 2010 -- Rising milk powder prices will provide a boost to New Zealand's farming and banking sectors, Federated Farmers of New Zealand has said.
ANKARA, Apr 6, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs will provide subsidies to producers of milk powder so as to prevent the rapid fall of milk prices across the whole country.
He and two other vice general managers have been charged with manufacturing and selling tainted milk powder.
22 January 2010 - Investigations are under way in Fiji after a company was found to have falsely marketed milk replacer as full cream milk powder.
Farmers who will supply equipment for production of milk powder may count on the money of the state fund intended for co-financing such projects.
A maximum refund of 20 per 100 kg was set for a volume of 5,612 tonnes of skimmed milk powder, for bids of 15,172 tonnes, with refund applications ranging from 9.
Referring to the increasing of meat and milk powder exports from Belarus to Iran since October 22, Semeon Shapiro said that the Grodno Meat Packing Plant has already delivered a batch of beef to Iran.
Eight of the 10,666 children were in serious condition after drinking milk powder contaminated with the industrial chemical melamine, which can lead to kidney stones and life-threatening kidney failure, the Health Ministry said in a statement.
BRITISH sweet maker Cadbury is recalling its Chinese-made chocolates as a precaution amid the tainted milk powder scandal, the Hong Kong government said today.
The scandal began with complaints over milk powder by the Sanlu Group, one of China's best-known and most respected brands, but it quickly became a much larger issue as government tests found that one-fifth of the companies producing baby milk powder had melamine in their products.
China said more than 6,000 babies had fallen ill and three died after drinking milk powder laced with a toxic chemical, as it vowed massive efforts to contain the scandal.