Carotene recommended as the coloring agent for production of standardized butter yellow
AuthorsG. A. Richardson
M. Louisa Long
Authors AffiliationsG. A. Richardson is Associate Professor of Dairy Industry and Associate Dairy Chemist in the Experiment Station, Davis; M. Louisa Long, formerly Associate in the Experiment Station, Division of Dairy Industry, Davis has resigned.
Hilgardia 1(12):2-2. DOI:10.3733/ca.v001n12p2b. November 1947.
The natural color in butter is mainly carotene which has great nutritional significance and from which Vitamin A is derived.
Richardson G, Long M. 1947. Carotene recommended as the coloring agent for production of standardized butter yellow. Hilgardia 1(12):2-2. DOI:10.3733/ca.v001n12p2b
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