Imported Milk Floods Tanzania Market


Lack of Ultra High Temperature (UHT) processing plants in the country has led to an influx of imported long-life milk from other African countries.
  • Tanzania:  Imported Milk Floods Local Market

    Tanzania Daily News, 26 December 2012

    LACK of Ultra High Temperature (UHT) milk processing plants in the country has led to the influx of imported long-life milk from other African countries. read more »

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Milk processing plant.

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