pasteurisation


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Noun1.pasteurisation - partial sterilization of foods at a temperature that destroys harmful microorganisms without major changes in the chemistry of the foodpasteurisation - partial sterilization of foods at a temperature that destroys harmful microorganisms without major changes in the chemistry of the food
sterilisation, sterilization - the procedure of making some object free of live bacteria or other microorganisms (usually by heat or chemical means)
Translations
بَسْتَرَه، تَعْقيم
gerilsneyîing

pasteurize,

pasteurise

(ˈpӕstʃəraiz) verb
to heat food, especially milk, for a time to kill germs in it.
ˌpasteuriˈzation, ˌpasteuriˈsation noun
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Tenders are invited for Supply of digester pasteurisation heating plant
You are confusing sterilisation with pasteurisation.
The Ministry of Health in 1947 did expect the NHS would get cheaper to run as they simply projected forward amounts known to have been spent on health before the war and coupled this with known health improvements, like the pasteurisation of milk, which they were only able to enforce with a strongly socialist government establishing the NHS.
The SM3000 multipoint recorder gathers data from five vinegar pasteurisation lines.
Innocent said it had developed a gentler pasteurisation process that maintained the taste, flavour and colour of the kiwis, which will be blended with other green fruit such as apples and limes.
ON-FARM processors can now obtain a useful Code of Practice from the NFU on the high temperature short time (HTST) pasteurisation of milk.
The dairy's heat process - used for pasteurisation - had failed a routine test run by environmental health inspectors.
Tenders are invited for design and installation of digester pasteurisation plant
High pressure processing cold pasteurisation technology is gathering momentum throughout the world in the processing of a variety of product categories including cooked meats, ready meals, seafood, dips, juices and smoothies.
A pasteurisation process that kills avian flu in eggs could provide reassurance to consumers that eggs are safe to eat, according to the companies that developed it.
This confirmed that microwave pasteurisation is suited for the commercial production and distribution of drinking milk.