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pasteurizer

[′pas·chə‚rīz·ər]
(engineering)
An apparatus used for pasteurization of fluids.
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Studies led by Agricultural Research Service chemical engineer Dave Geveke have resulted in a better, faster way to pasteurize raw shell eggs without ruining their taste, texture, color, or other important characteristics.
The Shrewsbury Board of Health last issued the plant a license to pasteurize milk on Dec.
Lower temperatures used in simple pasteurization allow many of the antibodies to be retained in pasteurize milk.
Heating the product to pasteurize it causes a loss of flavor, sensory attributes and nutritional value.
An FDA rule requiring unpasteurized fresh juice to carry a warning label has been motivating juice producers to pasteurize their products.
Currently, a hot-water-immersion process is apparently the only technique used commercially in the United States to pasteurize fresh shell eggs.
Using PEF and a mild heat treatment, it was possible to pasteurize whole milk with a shelf life of 28 days at refrigeration temperature.