What Is Pasteurization?


Pasteurization refers to the process of heating food normally a liquid to a particular temperature for an exact length of time then cooling it immediately. This process slows spoilage because of microbial growth in the food.
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Pasteurization is one of the most important safety measures in milk processing. It is a method of heat treatment invented By Louis Pasteur. It destroys undesirable bacteria without
Pasteur found he was able to keep wine from going sour by heating it enough to kill the yeast responsible for fermentation. Dairy owners found they could apply the same idea to milk
( ′pas·chə′rīz·ər ) (engineering) An apparatus used for pasteurization of fluids.
Pasteurization is basically cooking food products to kill bacteria. It generally refers to liquids such as milk, fruit juice, & honey. Pasteurization is named after Louis Pasteur
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Pasteurization is a process developed in 1864 that slows microbial growth in food or liquids, most commonly using high pressure or steam to kill bacteria. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pasteurization
Pasteurization is the act of heating a beverage and some types of food to a certain temperature, for an amount of time that will kill bacteria and micro-organisms.
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