volume 9, issue 2, P97-107 1933
DOI: 10.1139/cjr33-071
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Abstract: Samples of butter from all the creameries in Manitoba were investigated as to mold content. The various species of molds isolated and their relative abundance are listed. A list of fungi recorded as occurring in butter is given. It is pointed out that fungi of various kinds may enter butter, and some of them may develop objectionable colonies when butter is held for some time in transportation or storage. Certain creameries are reported as producing butter practically free from fungi, and suggestions are give…

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