What is pasteurization?

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- Jan 18, 2020 12:27 PM

A method invented in the 19th century, pasteurization involves heating milk to an extremely high temperature and then quickly cooling it before it goes for packaging or bottling. This helps keep the milk fresh. The method of pasteurization is best to kill bacteria present in milk which can be harmful to us. Dangerous bacteria such as salmonella can affect our health in more ways than one.

Milk is heated up to 161.6 Fahrenheit for 15 seconds and then immediately cooled. This process is known as high-temperature short-time pasteurization, which is the most common method used across India and many parts of the world.

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