What is margarine?

United Kingdom, 1962

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Explains the manufacture of margarine. Shows how a proportion of the liquid vegetable oil must be converted into a solid fat before vegetable oils can be blended in the production of margarine. Uses animated diagrams to explain the process of hydrogenation, the function of a catalyst and the types of fatty emulsions. From the series “Vegetable oils and fats”.

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James Carr

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Peter Rolfe Johnson



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