unpasteurised


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Synonyms for unpasteurised

not having undergone pasteurization

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Any remaining unpasteurised milk that has not been consumed should not be used.
People with a weakened immune system are particularly vulnerable to food poisoning and are strongly advised not to consume unpasteurised milk and cream.
These methods represent boiling milk before consumption, and avoiding ingesting any undercooked meat or consuming unpasteurised or raw dairy products.
While Cows & Co has the necessary producing, processing and marketing expertise within its group, moving into unpasteurised products requires investing in separate processing facilities which is where EU support can provide the head start the project needs.
For a taste revelation, order an unpasteurised Brie de Meaux or Brie de Melun (Melun is slightly thicker and more flavourful than Meaux).
It is triple-filtered but unpasteurised with a stringent testing and inspection regime.
DANGERS Mothers-to-be are already told they should not smoke, eat unpasteurised cheese or drink heavily.
A 3-year-old child in Victoria has fallen seriously ill after drinking unpasteurised milk.
THE North East's only farm to sell its own unpasteurised milk is to host a free event on the health benefits of the product.
The in-vitro part of the study was to assess the absorption, absorption speed and apparent permeability of L-citrulline from an unpasteurised natural watermelon juice (NW), a pasteurised watermelon juice (PW) or control of L-citrulline + water.
Avoid uncooked meat, unpasteurised goat's milk and goat's milk products.
Abbaye de Belloc, an unpasteurised sheep's cheese traditionally made by Benedictine monks in the Pays Basque region of France, was also included on the platter.
Brucellosis, also called undulant fever, or Malta fever in humans, is a highly contagious disease spread by contact with infected animals, eating raw meat or unpasteurised cheese or drinking infected milk.
Following a periodical review of consumer health risks from unpasteurised milk and cream, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) have maintained their recommendation that pasteurisation is an important control measure in reducing the risks from consumption of raw milk.
The bug has an unusual ability to grow in low temperatures and can be found in a wide range of foods including soft cheeses, cold meat products, raw vegetables, fish, salads and unpasteurised milk.