dry whole milk

dry whole milk

[′drī ‚hōl ‚milk]
(food engineering)
A product made by removing water from whole milk until the dry product contains no more than 4% water and not less than 26% fat.
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8 Total * 38,830 Dry Whole Milk Powder United States 73 11 0.
Surplus milk will be primarily processed into dry whole milk and will remain Argentina's largest dairy export, the report said.
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Table 10-14 New Zealand Dry Whole Milk Powder Export Destinations, 2004-2008
Cooperatives more than doubled dry whole milk production and increased dry buttermilk by more than 80 percent in five years.