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Atmospheric Pollution Causes Deterioration of Sweeteners of Treats and Decreases Competitiveness in the Food Industry of Coastal Baja California, Mexico

By César Sánchez Ocampo, Judith Marisela Paz Delgadillo, Gustavo López Badilla and Salvador Baltazar Murrieta

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Published: September 14th 2016

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César Sánchez Ocampo, Judith Marisela Paz Delgadillo, Gustavo López Badilla and Salvador Baltazar Murrieta (September 14th 2016). Atmospheric Pollution Causes Deterioration of Sweeteners of Treats and Decreases Competitiveness in the Food Industry of Coastal Baja California, Mexico, Applied Studies of Coastal and Marine Environments Maged Marghany, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/61993. Available from:

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