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Volume 40, Number 398, 1960
Page(s) 517 - 523
Lait 40 (1960) 517-523
DOI: 10.1051/lait:196039821

Les conséquences favorables de la réglementation du trafic international des produits laitiers par des conventions sanitaires vétérinaires



Abstract - There are national regulations governing the traffic control of foods of animal origin. These regulations differ very much for various countries. International forms and garanties are to be resorted to, if an international control is to be provided.
It was shown in practice that Veterinary Sanitary Conventions or similar veterinary arrangements concerning animals as well as all animal products, and foods of animal origin in particular, are the best guaranties. Some time back such conventions generally dealt with animal diseases; later they gradually provide clauses for meat and meat products, then for fish and fish products and only recently veterinary guaranties for milk and milk products are provided.
The results of putting the cited regulations into practice enable us to say that Veterinary Sanitary Conventions and similar veterinary agreements which Yugoslavia made with several countries for some years back resulted in an advantageous international control of all kinds of milk products, especially cheese and butter