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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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'I want to protect the future generations by providing them healthy milk,' said one of the suppliers, who claims most sellers in the city are irked by PFA's decision to promote the sale of pasteurised milk.
Replying to a question, the PFA DG said it was easy to keep an eye on a few hundred pasteurised units as compared to thousands of milk selling points and that pasteurisation was the only solution to milk adulteration.
The meeting was briefed that in this friasian pasteurised egg plant the latest technology of separating egg yolk from egg white and then preservance of egg yolk and egg white from three weeks upto one year will be possible.
The horse manure compost pasteurised either for 2 or 3 h had the highest number of contaminated bags (40 bags) and was significantly (P less than 0.05) higher than the other treatments and thus abandoned.
The FSA said: "These eggs were mixed with other non-contaminated eggs to make pasteurised liquid egg.
It will continue to serve the Thai domestic market where dairy consumption is growing by 10% annually and the niche market of Singapore where it currently has 35% of sales of pasteurised milk, said Prasit.
Kiobrina is a recombinant human bile-salt-stimulated lipase (rhBSSL) aimed at improving growth and development in preterm infants receiving pasteurised breast milk and/or formula.
A Most milk we buy in the UK is pasteurised. Milk is pasteurised by heating it, usually to 71.7C for 15 seconds.
This destroys all bacteria and makes it last much longer than ordinary pasteurised milk.
Pasteurised milk, which involves a process to kill off bacteria, came second and others which scored highly include tea bags and screw-top wine bottles.
In 1999, Granarolo marketed in Italy high-temperature pasteurised milk produced in Germany.
It is hoped that following the code will assist operators in ensuring that their products have been correctly pasteurised and that the risk of post-pasteurisation contamination has been avoided.