Milk Fat Articles

  • Dairy

    CHEESE, MILK, WHEY AND FOOD PROTEIN Concentrated milk proteins (MPCs) and isolated milk proteins (MPIs) are produced by ceramic membrane filtration system and their dairy proteins are separated from fresh skim milk. They combine rich calcium with good thermal stability and refreshing mouthfeel. They are rich in casein and whey protein in the same proportions as skim milk.   Milk protein ...


    By Jiangsu Jiuwu Hi-tech Co

  • PeCOD® Analyzer Case Study: Dairy Industry

    The peCOD method for chemical oxygen demand (COD) analysis is well suited to the dairy industry as the fast results obtained provide information important for process monitoring and control. The processing of dairy products such as milk, cream, butter, yogurt, cheese and ice cream often produce wastewater effluents containing sugars, proteins, fats and additives that contribute to high COD ...


    By MANTECH Inc.

  • Dairy

     CHEESE, MILK, WHEY AND FOOD PROTEIN Concentrated milk proteins (MPCs) and isolated milk proteins (MPIs) are produced by membrane filtration of milk and their dairy proteins are separated from fresh skim milk. They combine rich calcium with good thermal stability and refreshing mouthfeel. They are rich in casein and whey ...


    By Jiangsu Jiuwu Hi-tech Co

  • Seasonality & optimal calf care

    Changing seasons, and challenging seasonal extremes (cold, heat and humidity), add extra challenges for a young calf and the caregivers management must be dynamic in order to provide optimal care. A reminder of calf needs should be outlined, especially with the primary calf worker(s). Topics of focus should involve: Optimal nutrition, the importance of access to clean water, clean and dry resting ...


    By Grober Nutrition USA

  • Understanding the Fat in your Milk Replacer

    Fat digestion in the young calf Commercial milk replacers are often compared and evaluated based on the percentage of protein and fat on the label.  Discussion rarely delves into what makes up the components of fat and its effects on digestion, absorption or growth.  Fats are comprised of short chain, medium chain and long chain fatty acids.  The length of the chain is ...


    By Grober Nutrition USA

  • Milk of sheep, goat, and buffalo: a public health review

    The objective is to integrate nutritional, technological, and human health characteristics of milk from sheep, goat and buffalo as viable substitute for cow milk. Ewe milk is much richer than cow milk in riboflavin, thiamine, niacin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin B12 and biotin. Compared to cow milk, goat milk has minor –s–1–casein, –carotene, agglutinin; and is lower in citric acid, Na, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Use of Ultrasound for Characterizing Dairy Products

    It has been known for a long time that acoustic measurements offer some unique features for characterizing liquid food products in their intact state, without any preparation or destruction of the product sample. Acoustic characterization can yield information about fat content, droplet size distribution, and kinetics of product variation with time. Furthermore, acoustic methods are very ...


    By Dispersion Technology Inc.

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