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yogurt:

see fermented milkfermented milk,
whole or skim milk curdled to beverage or custardlike consistency by lactic-acid-producing microorganisms. Many forms of fermented milk were used by early nomadic herders, especially in Asia and S and E Europe, Scandinavia, Africa, and South America.
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yogurt

[′yō·gərt]
(food engineering)
A fermented milk food made by adding cultures of Lactobacillus acidophilus and Streptococcus thermophilus to skimmed cow's milk and milk solids.
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The decrease in all sensory scores with storage time might be attributed to the increase in total titratable acidity, yeasts and moulds of the yoghurts [9].
Syneresis is not acceptable as it may affect the texture of yoghurts as a result of the formation of a gel with poor consistency [15, 16].
She adds that since Total launched TV ads for its 0% Greek yoghurt last summer, sales have increased 38% and the turnover of the brand is up 20% year-on-year.
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There have been some fascinating studies recently which seem to show that eating yoghurt may have preventive and therapeutic effects within the body.
Active bacteria contained in live yoghurt helps discourage the growth of harmful bacteria in the gut, and it seems likely that these bacteria could also have beneficial effects on the immune system.
Home or small-scale production, Medium-scale production, Large-scale production, Mechanisation of yoghurt production and plant design, Continuous yoghurt production, Automation/process control, Building design, maintenance and services, Conclusion, References.
At present Muller Fruit Corner yoghurt costs 61p in Tesco, while a Danone Activia fat-free strawberry yoghurt costs 6sp [BrandView.
Australia's The Queensland Yoghurt Company currently shifts 70,000 tonnes of the yoghurts a week, while Piako, which makes them under licence in New Zealand, has turned the yoghurts into a NZ$5.
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