flash pasteurization


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flash pasteurization

A method of ensuring the bacteriological safety of milk and other liquid foodstuffs by subjecting it briefly to temperatures of 110 C.
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Also, flash pasteurization systems and water recovery in the packaging process were implemented; and the installation of a new Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP), with renewable energy systems with solar panels and wind generator for external lighting.
The German-manufactured Krones bottling line uses state of the art technology, including flash pasteurization, to package products without any human intervention - achieving even higher quality control and upgrading the brewery's packaging capacity by nearly 50%.
This kind of packaging involves flash pasteurization treatment of products to be filled so that they retain their original texture, aroma, and organoleptic characteristics.
To be mevusbal, today's winemakers can use flash pasteurization, which they claim does not affect the wine.
I figure if we go to the trouble to make the best wine we can, we're not going to take a chance and possibly screw it up with flash pasteurization.
After the outbreak, Odwalla began heating its juices in a process called flash pasteurization to kill possible pathogens.
Some firms use flash pasteurization, in which the beer is treated before filling, so the bottle isn't subjected to high pressures and temperatures.
Some others remain suspicious of flash pasteurization, questioning especially its affect on aging.
Additional methods that can sanitize food include, irradiation of meat, through low-dose radiation or electron beams, steam pasteurization, flash pasteurization and ultraviolet radiation.
Many juice makers use a form of flash pasteurization, a technique that has been used for milk since the 1940s.
A flash pasteurization or tunnel pasteurizer are possible alternatives.
During the aseptic packaging process, sterilization is maintained throughout the packaging continuum and flash pasteurization ensures that products that are normally fragile or perishable are made shelf-stable.