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To treat by pasteurization.


(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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Hitler had enforced Milk Pasteurisation in Germany in 1934, closely followed by Denmark and Holland.
There are kiwi-based smoothies available, including a Kiwi & Mango Fusion product from smoothie company Puro, but they are typically made without pasteurisation, a key element of Innocent's production process.
There was a problem in the heat treatment process which affected the pasteurisation.
Rob said 'Many of the exhibitors could see the enormous potential of HPP to their particular industry and the competitive edge this could give them--There is a real sense of energy around high pressure pasteurisation as it can tick so many boxes-from improved safety, extended shelf life and reduction in use of traditional preservatives to maintenance of natural colour, flavour and nutritional quality'.
The Safe Eggs consortium has just secured a worldwide patent for the pasteurisation system and said it was in a position to export the technology to egg producers abroad.
This saves work and time during pasteurisation or sterilisation.
The innovation of the research consists in the development of a dielectric plant, that combines the pasteurisation and partial dehydration of chopped vegetables and a low-cost semiautomatic aseptic packaging plant.
In addition to the continuous pasteurisation systems a continuous sterilisation version is also available with the Continuous Hydrostatic Sterilizer and the Serial Tower.
The system also has a pause capability allowing it to stop and restart without product loss at pasteurisation and UHT.
Upon retrieval, the EZTest[R] units are activated by placing the plastic vial in the convenient crusher supplied and gently pressed to break the media ampoule, supplying the spores with the nutrients to grow if they have survived the pasteurisation process.
It will carry out pasteurisation duties on a full range of ice cream mixes and, in addition, is expected to undertake pasteurisation on the new, higher viscosity ice cream mixes for the lower fat products.