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NOW BEING MADE LOCAEIA. The economical working most producing and mamtlaclunng concerns depends to a groat extent on he uso that can be made A' IRproducts. This is cwj.iia.ij £ m connection with the freezing in ImG > > of this country, nnd the la (, i -v" nroducts have been man,' u---’ "• often meant the difference In-,. ’-< " 1 " profit nnd n loss. It Ims Ing recognised that there wa ■ a ,v ''" ' able leakage from n; ‘iM-’':': revenue ns the result cl whey mybite no bettor use than berg te‘y to ptes. Some IB months age a ciiiup.m.. . Grown as the New Zealand ;v!g:m •*» Milk and Casein ( 'import ._ L-' 1 was formed, and it etivtivu into arrangements with lh- !-dmylaf‘ ( ■>- operative Dairy h-ictcrv . • Limited, to construct' ■" Edeudalc, mid utilise the wheyJ : ' o f that factorv for the mana.actum ... sugar of milk. It, v-a- aLu arra.nre.l to have the whey from _taio snrronnuing factories —Brycione, .\icy.mch r .'• Wyndlmm. and Mutaura. Island brought to' Edcndale ior treatment. A complete plant was in.stalled, and operations vein cumnif need Aime tete>' weeks ago. and the liv?l M>’,i »;f sng;v. of milk produced in to" . -.out/ic.-n J lendsphere war pm mi the market this morning. The whey dealt v.-ltii amounts to about Id,ooo gallons per dav. and ih" plant is run in tore" .shifts of <-i; Ji! hours each. lj is anticipat'd that the output wnl im lie,twe< : '!i nin and bO(l tons pm annum and that ;(!>) tons will be consumed uj New Zealand and tin- balance shipped to Great IRhain. HithcMo supplies ot this produo. w'T.» obtained from German- and A iml ria : hut since Ime ont|,rc;o. of war this trad-' has ceased, and price.-. Lave Irani ~oA R'j ton to over TWO per ion in Grca. Britain. The product L used puncipally as a valuable ingredient m rim preparation oi infante' and invalids foods, and iu the I niicd i\ ir.gdom it is used in the preparation <i gtoiit. and Allies the pi ' T ' 1 u , ! “’ ;• Ml the 11) O II1! 1 .CO AR‘ >'i Dll.-i 'leverage l . A representative of_ the compauv sidiniiucd a sample '>t the mu' of mill-; to one of -ir importers 10-dav, and the quality, to judge from I .st.‘£*uir> superior, to tin- imported article. It m -aid. 1.; wever, thill it is more valimole than ill" Ocrnnui prodnm. i:;. i-; i..; ■■ 11 arit is nc'acr in .sweetening properties. An interesting cxliibri oi pro ! .0:1. is now on view AC-il a Dn nensa; „s at the corner ol George ami St. Andrew streets.

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SUGAR OF MILK, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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SUGAR OF MILK Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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