Results for: Pasteurization

In History of Science

Who was Louis Pasteur?

Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) was a French biochemist. He proved theexistence of bacteria, developed the first vaccines and inventedpasteurization.
In Food Spoilage

What is pasteurization?

Pasteurization is one of the most important safety measures in milkprocessing. It is a method of heat treatment invented By LouisPasteur. It destroys undesirable bacteria with (MORE)
In Food Spoilage

What does pasteurization do?

Pasteurization kills microbes that enable bacteria to grow. This is achieved by the use of heat (below the boiling point) for a specified period of time and then cooling it do (MORE)
In Jobs & Education

How does milk get pasteurized?

Pasteurization is a process of heating a food, usually liquid, to a specific temperature for a definite length of time, and then cooling it immediately. This process slows mi (MORE)
In Literature & Language

Where was Louis Pasteur from?

Louis Jean Pasteur, chemist and microbiologist, was born in France in 1822 and is buried there following his death in 1895.
In Dairy Management and Production

What is pasteurizing?

Pasteurizing is when the milk has been heated in a certain temperature to kill harmful bacteria
In Microbiology

What is pasteuration?

Pasteurization is a technique in which heat is applied to liquids to kill potential agents of infection and spoilage, while at the same time retaining the liquid's flavor or f (MORE)
In History of Science

Why did Louis Pasteur Pasteurize milk?

Pasteurization is done to kill bacteria such as salmonella which may be found in milk and which can make people sick.
In Dairy Management and Production

When is the milk pasteurized?

Right after it is collected from all the cows. The milk flows through rubber piping from the milking stations all the way to a large holding tank where the milk is pasteurized (MORE)
In Condiments

How do you pasteurize syrup?

Pasteurize means to heat to a particular temperature for a specific length of time. It can vary from one substance to another and some agencies governing food regulations requ (MORE)