Whitepaper: The role of raw milk quality in UHT production
Tetra Pak Processing white paper detailing how the quality of incoming raw milk affects processability, quality and shelf life of your dairy products.
The quality of incoming raw milk – and its bacterial content – affects more than just the processability of your dairy products. It also has an effect on the quality of your products when they reach stores, and their shelf life.
Milk quality affects the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of your plant’s processing machinery, in particular your heating units. Poor quality milk can clog heat exchangers, causing processing interruptions and requiring extra cleaning time – with all the costs associated with these two events.
Getting a good grip on milk quality means you control your reputation with your customers – and protect and build your business.
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