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pas·teur·ize

(pas'tŭr-īz),
To treat by pasteurization.

pasteurize

(păs′chə-rīz′, păs′tə-)
tr.v. pasteur·ized, pasteur·izing, pasteur·izes
To subject (a beverage or other food) to pasteurization.

pas′teur·iz′er n.
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You can find pasteurized or otherwise treated products in your grocers' refrigerated sections, frozen food cases, or in non-refrigerated containers, such as juice boxes, bottles, or cans.
Among other key findings, the study found 13 percent of patients in raw milk disease outbreaks were hospitalized, compared to 1 percent in pasteurized milk outbreaks.
facility is one of thefirst plants to adopt the system for pasteurized equivalent water.
Pickard of Britain's Leeds University, "Evidence shows that untreated milk has a higher nutritional value, providing more available vitamins and minerals than pasteurized milk.
Despite the important public health gains achieved, outbreaks associated with pasteurized milk continue to occur (1-3).
Some of the post-packaging pasteurized meat from the study has been refrigerated since December 2001 and, after five months, its quality is comparable to fresh packed bologna, Haley says.
I must therefore insist that effective immediately you make arrangements to use only pasteurized milk at your school.
PASTEURIZED EGG WHITES: Substituting egg whites for whole eggs in some recipes is another way to cut down on saturated fat and cholesterol.
The pasteurized eggs are just as good for cooking and eating.
You're much more likely to get sick from non-pasteurized (raw) milk than from pasteurized milk: In 1985, 47 people died in Southern California after eating part-raw-milk Mexican-style soft cheese that had been contaminated math listeria bacteria.
Both pasteurized and unpasteurized milk contain 700 to 825 ppm CLA in fat; raw and grilled ground beef contain concentrations of 2,050 and 9,290 ppm of the fat respectively.
Currently, more than 90% of the world's countries mainly consume pasteurized milk in liquid milk consumption.