UHT


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UHT

abbreviation for
(Cookery) ultra heat treated

UHT

Ultra Heat Treated: (of milk) treated at a very high temperature to retard spoilage.
Translations

UHT

ADJ ABBR =ultra heat-treateduperizado

UHT

[ˌjuːeɪtʃˈtiː] adj abbr (=ultra-heat treated) → UHT(= ultra-haute température)
UHT milk → lait m UHT

UHT

abbr of ultra heat treatedultrahocherhitzt; UHT milkH-Milch f

UHT

[ˌjuːeɪtʃˈtiː] adj abbr =ultra-heat treated
UHT milk → latte m UHT inv
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The new mini UHT plant has been built to a unique design in order to meet the demanding specification set by the college.
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When UHT pasteurization is coupled with aseptic packaging, processors are able to extend the shelf life of products to six months or longer without the need for refrigeration.
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In the newly opened plant for filling UHT dairy products, all production is carried out on filling machines from SIG Combibloc.
To ensure that supreme quality standards for the raw milk being collected, EFL's Quality Assurance department performs 27 stringent physiochemical tests before the UHT process - ranging from sourcing to packaging.
Its UHT portfolio comprised UHT Milk, buttermilk, lassi, cold coffee and smoothies.