sterilized milk


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sterilized milk

Milk that has been boiled to kill bacteria.
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Generally, the brown color of sterilized milk is from pyrrolysine and melanoidins, products of the Maillard reaction in which lactose and amino acids in milk are substrates.
Lactulose, absent in raw milk and below the quantification limit in pasteurized milk, was present in UHT milk (higher in indirect than direct heating) and even more in the in-bottle sterilized milk. A low content of HMF was observed in pasteurized (at 85[degrees]C for 30 s) and thermized milk.
At the beginning of the year Uni-President tried to tap the market in China with its four beverages--soybean milk, pure fruit juice, instant coffee, and sterilized milk for children.
The test, which will work with raw, pasteurized and sterilized milk, is available worldwide.
Its agenda will focus on raising the quality of rationed food for the Cuban population; ideas include enriching daily bread supplies with vitamins and iron; expanding the polyethylene packaging of soy yogurt for children ages 7-13, and introducing new products like long-life sterilized milk packaging for children up to 7 years old, and fruit puree enriched with vitamins and iron.
What is meant by a milk processor or milk-processing company is a company which processes fresh milk into different milk products such as powdered milk, sweetened milk, baby milk, baby porridge, pasteurized milk, sterilized milk, yogurt, butter, tonic beverage, and cream.
Part of the sterilized milk was then recycled to make the powdered skimmed milk, the official explained.