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Potential bacteriological hazards in catering.

Julia Mary Mottishaw

Potential bacteriological hazards in catering.

by Julia Mary Mottishaw

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Published by The Polytechnic in Huddersfield .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsPolytechnic of Huddersfield. Department of Hotel and Catering Studies., Foster Refrigerator (UK) Ltd.
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Open LibraryOL20686824M

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