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having been subjected to pasteurization in order to halt fermentation

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This could lead to an increase in the number of eggs pasteurized, which could reduce the number of foodborne illnesses.
To make homemade eggnog that's safe, use pasteurized eggs or egg products, or heat the eggs-and-milk mixture to a temperature of 160[degrees]F and chill the mixture before adding other ingredients.
Eggs are currently pasteurized by immersing them in hot water (130 to 140[degrees]F), but the process takes about an hour and adds about $1.
This study was, therefore, carried out to investigate the microbiological quality and safety of raw and pasteurized milk marketed in and around Nairobi.
NWMMB is a not-for-profit, community-based milk bank that serves the Pacific Northwest region's premature babies with Pasteurized Donor Human Milk.
NYSE: POST) has agreed to acquire Illinois-based pasteurised egg supplier National Pasteurized Eggs, Inc, the company said.
The families were reassessed in the next 4-5 days with reports of milk quality tests and educational pamphlets with details of pasteurization of milk, its benefits and were explained about benefits of pasteurized milk and were motivated for its use.
The Results: The symptom reports were the same when the participants drank raw milk and pasteurized milk.
Evangelista said the farm sells cream that is not ultra pasteurized, noting it is becoming impossible to find stores that stock even standard pasteurized cream.
During the meeting, Minister Hanna appreciated the efforts of the ICRC in providing the pasteurized materials of the drinking water and mechanic vehicles for the pumping stations.
The federal government banned interstate sales in 1987, stating that raw milk is unsafe; it needs to be pasteurized to kill pathogens.
The rate of disease outbreaks linked to unpasteurized, or raw, milk was 150 times greater than outbreaks linked to pasteurized milk, according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
It is pasteurized in the state-of-the-art processing plants and bottle-packed to make it conveniently available to the consumers.
It's milk that has not been pasteurized acquired from hoofed mammals such as cows, goats or sheep.