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Retention of some vitamins during the ultra high temperature sterilization of milk


Retention of some vitamins during the ultra high temperature sterilization of milk



Nahrung 24(8): 713-718



Four independent studies were conducted in the course of 2 yr to determine the retentions (or the losses) of vitamin A, .beta.-carotene, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, nicotinic acid and panthothenic acid during the ultra-high temperature sterilization of pre-pasteurized milk (85.degree. C without hold-up time) by means of the Alfa-Laval-Vtis-C apparatus (140.degree. C, 3-4 s, direct heating with subsequent expansion). The following retentions (or losses) were stated: vitamin A, 97.2% (2.8%); .beta.-carotene, 93.9% (6.1%); vitamin B1, 82.2% (12.0%); vitamin B2, 97.6% (2.4%); vitamin B6, 92.7% (7.3%); nicotinic acid, 96.0% (4.0%); and panthotenic acid, 96.4% (3.6%).

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