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Milk Pasteurisation basics Introduction The process of pasteurization was named after Louis Pasteur who discovered that spoilage organisms could be inactivated in wine by applying heat at temperatures below its boiling point. Pasteurization - destruction of all pathogenic harmful to health Bacteria Keeping Quality - to improve the keeping quality of milk and milk products.
Examples of typical microbiocidal control measures include the following: The removal of microbial cells of high density from milk using high centrifugal forces. Most efficient against microbial cells of high density, especially bacterial spores and somatic cells Sterilization: Heating at high temperatures for a time sufficient to render milk or milk products commercially sterile.
Products manufactured using this method are microbiological stable at room temperature. Reduction in the number of undesirable microorganisms by lowering the pH. Competition for nutrients and production of antimicrobial substances such as nisin, other bacteriocins and hydrogen peroxide.
Usually in cheesemaking the microbiological control measure applied by choice of starter cultures. The treatment destroys cells by establishing pores in the cell walls due to the build up of electrical charges at the Dairy milk project introduction membrane.
Application of high hydrostatic pressures to irreversibly damage the membranes of vegetative cells. Removal of microbial cells, clumps and somatic cells by recirculation over a microfilter.
Synergy in combination with heat treatment. Heating milk and the number of any pathogenic microorganisms to a level at which they do not constitute a significant health hazard.
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Due to the inability to penetrate in-transparent substances, the technology is only effective against surfaces, for instance, in the removal of biofilm and can therefore prevent cross contamination Ripening ageing: Ccheese ripening and subsequent PH reduction kills harmful bacterea Thermization: The application to milk of a heat treatment of a lower intensity than pasteurization that aims at reducing the number of microorganisms.
A general reduction of log can be expected.
Microorganisms surviving will be heat-stressed and become more vulnerable to subsequent microbiological control measures. The application of high intensity ultrasound MHz that cause cycles of compression and expansion as well as cavitation in microbial cells. Implosion of microscopic bubbles generates spots with very high pressures and temperatures able to destroy cells.
More effective when applied in combination with other microbiological control measures. When applied at higher temperatures, the treatment is often referred to as "thermosonication".
Such process can be done in a continuous flow system or in batch processes. When combined with low pH in the product, e. A supplementary microbiostatic control measures is to ensure adequate cooling rates of packaged products to minimize potential for Bacillus cereus growth.
An additional outcome is the delay of the onset of microbiological deterioration, extending the shelf life of milk. To save energy, heat is regenerated, i.
Pasteurization carried out in a batch-process involves the heating of milk placed in a container to a certain temperature for sufficiently long time to achieve equivalent effects as in the case of the HTST process. The heat can be supplied externally or internally in heat exchangers or within a pasteurizer.
Due to the noncontinuous flow conditions, heating and cooling takes longer and will add to the effect cumulative.
When changes in the composition, processing and use of the product are proposed, the necessary changes to the scheduled heat treatment should be established and a qualified person should evaluate the efficiency of the heat treatment.
Formulated liquid milk products with high sugar content or high viscosity also require pasteurization conditions in excess of the minimum conditions defined for milk. The products subjected to pasteurization should show a negative alkaline phosphatase reaction immediately after the heat treatment as determined by an acceptable method.During the first 6 months of life, infants should be exclusively breastfed.
This means that the healthy baby should receive breastmilk and no other fluids, such as water, teas, juice, cereal drinks, animal milk . Easily add milk to your coffee or tea with this pack of Dairy Farmers UHT Milk Portions.
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