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Homogenization of milk and milk products. (1) General aspects. Market milk


, : Homogenization of milk and milk products. (1) General aspects. Market milk. Alimentacion, Equipos y Tecnologia 15(6): 31-36

This review covers the effects of homogenization on milk components and properties, the 3 main types of homogenizer (pressure, microfluidizer or ultrasonic) and the application of homogenization in commercial production of pasteurized, sterilized, UHT, evaporated and dried milk.

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