Food poisoning and food hygiene by Betty C. Hobbs

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StatementBetty C. Hobbs & Richard J. Gilbert.
ContributionsGilbert, Richard J.
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Pagination376p. :
Number of Pages376
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Open LibraryOL15160405M
ISBN 10071314355X

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