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The Milk Production Line Has Different Production Methods

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    November 8, 2018 9:25 PM EST

    If you have ever bought milk, you will undoubtedly notice what our questioners have: although regular milk expires in about a week or less, organic milk lasts longer – up to a month.
    What is organic milk to keep it fresh for so long?
    In fact, this has nothing to do with the organic nature of milk. All "organic" means that the farm from which the milk comes from does not use antibiotics to fight the infection of the cows, nor does it use hormones to stimulate more milk production.
    Organic milk lasts longer because producers use different methods to preserve it in the Milk Production Line. According to the Northeast Organic Dairy Producers Alliance, milk needs to be kept fresh for longer, because organic products often have to go further to reach the store shelves because it is not produced all over the country.
    The UHT Milk Machine gives a longer shelf life of milk called ultra-high temperature (UTT) processing or processing where the milk is heated to 280 degrees Fahrenheit (138 degrees Celsius) for two to four seconds to kill any bacteria.
    Compare the pasteurization method, which is the standard preservation process. There are two types of pasteurization: "low temperature, long time", in which the milk is heated to 145 degrees F (63 degrees C) for at least 30 minutes*, or more commonly "high temperature, short time" where the milk is heated to about 160 degrees F (71 degrees C) for at least 15 seconds.