Technology of Bottled Water
Dorothy A. G. Senior, P. R. Ashurst
CRC Press, 1998 - 293 Seiten
Bottled water has become a growing market in view of increased consumer apprehension about the quality of treated public supplies. This book details the technical aspects of the subject, which is of interest to water technologists, safety and health personnel, as well as consumers. Technology of Bottled Water is the first book devoted specifically to this area of the beverage industry. Edited by a consultant to the food and beverage industry and a senior manger with many years of experience in the bottled water industry, this volume offers an authoritative view of the market development, hydrogeology, water treatments, packaging, microbiology, and quality assurance of bottled water.
Market development of bottled waters
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