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Ice Cream and Related Products

  • Valente B. Alvarez
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Keywords

Corn Syrup Dextrose Equivalent Chocolate Liquor Freeze Dessert Flavor Note 
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Notes

Acknowledgments

The author greatly acknowledges comments and contributions of the reviewers. Special thanks go to Bruce Tharp and editors F. Bodyfelt, S. Clark, and M. Drake for their valuable revisions and contributions. The author is most grateful for the materials from the previous edition by F.W. Bodyfelt, J. Tobias, and G.M. Trout, 1988, used in this chapter. The author also thanks his associates Joe Kleinhenz, Raghu Ramaswamy, and Francisco Parada-Rabell for their help.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Valente B. Alvarez
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  1. 1.Food Industries Center, Department of Food Science and TechnologyThe Ohio State UniversityColumbus

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