pasteurised


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Adj.1.pasteurised - having been subjected to pasteurization in order to halt fermentation
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In 2014, the milk plant began milk bulking where they bought milk from the farmer, pasteurised it and sold it a profit through milk "automated teller machines".
NYSE: POST) has agreed to acquire Illinois-based pasteurised egg supplier National Pasteurized Eggs, Inc, the company said.
While all milk is pasteurised Anchor goes one step further by using microfiltration to reduce the naturally occurring bacteria in pasteurised milk that causes spoilage by an additional 95 per cent.
Some foods need processing to make them safe, such as milk, which needs to be pasteurised to remove any harmful bacteria.
Our strongest value proposition to the consumer is twofold the fact that we use a steam sterilisation process, ensuring that our raw imports are naturally pasteurised, but still retain their natural colour, flavour and nutrients; and we offer a high quality, innovative product that encompasses interesting blends and mixes.
We in our study had involved the people by house to house survey, explained the quality of the milk they used and motivated them to use packed and pasteurised milk and be on the safer zone.
The oyster mushroom took significantly less time to colonise the autoclaved sugarcane bagasse (36 days) compared to sugar cane bagasse pasteurised for 2 h (64 days).
The pasteurised liquid egg was supplied to Kensey Foods in Cornwall and Memory Lane Cakes Ltd in Cardiff, who used it to make the products which were supplied to supermarkets, the FSA said.
The expanded plant will continue to produce three product lines: milk, which accounts for 80% of the current total, pasteurised and drinking yoghurt.
Based on these results and those from a second clinical phase II trial of Kiobrina in pasteurised mother's milk we are now planning for a phase III study in preterm infants," Peter Edman, chief scientific officer of Swedish Orphan Biovitrum, said.
She said: "I was touched by the number of premature and sick babies being fed with pasteurised donor milk.
Several of the UK's biggest unpasteurised cheese producers were forced to use pasteurised milk in their products for the first time last year as they awaited TB lab test results.