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The Milk Microbiology section contains information relating to microbial concerns in milk. A brief overview of dairy microbiology is presented below as an introduction this section.
June 1 is World Milk Day: a good reason to take a closer look at this tasty drink, which is very nutritious, but also an ideal breeding ground for harmful microorganisms. In recent years, milk has been quite discredited: It has been said that milk makes people sick, fat and tired.
As with all food products, health and safety are paramount. For reasons of safeguarding public health, the dairy industry treats milk with heat, destroying pathogenic bacteria, which can cause illness in humans. The process has its origins in the 19th century, when milk was a common transmitter of tuberculosis and typhus. French scientist Louis Pasteur — discovered that heat treatment kills pathogenic bacteria, as well as bacteria causing spoilage. Since the mid 20th century it has been common practice to pasteurize milk in order to safeguard it for human consumption.
INTRODUCTORY DAIRY MICROBIOLOGY
Microbial spoilage of milk and milk products Contamination of milk: Contamination of milk occurs at two levels: On farm: Freshly drawn milk contains relatively few bacteria however Micrococcus and Streptococcus are usually found in aseptically drawn fresh milk. During normal milking process, milk is subjected to contamination from udder of animal and adjacent areas. Bacteria found in manure, soil and water contaminate are udder of animal from where they enter into the milk. Other possible source of contamination is hand and finger of milker or other dairy workers. Contamination also occurs from dairy utensils. During transport and at processing plant: During transport and manufacturing, contamination occur through tanker, transfer pipes, sampling utensils and other equipment.
The field of this invention concerns the determination of food freshness, and, in particular, methods and devices for the detection of microbial spoilage in food products. The spoilage and souring of perishable foods with time is an on-going problem for the consumer and food product provider alike. Although some deterioration in freshness is due to oxidative processes, spoilage and souring is in large part due to the growth of microbes such as bacteria, yeasts, and fungi. To derive energy for their growth, these microbes break down food carbohydrates, proteins and fats. The breakdown process produces a variety of low molecular weight molecules such as carboxylic acids e. For example, over time, microbes in milk and dairy products produce an increased amount of lactic acid and lactic acid derivatives resulting in sour and odorous milk, respectively. See, e.
PDF | On May 10, , Deepak Kumar Verma and others published Microbial Spoilage in Milk Products, Potential Solution, Food Safety and.
Spoilage Microorganisms in Milk
The wide array of available dairy foods challenges the microbiologist, engineer, and technologist to find the best ways to prevent the entry of microorganisms, destroy those that do get in along with their enzymes, and prevent the growth and activities of those that escape processing treatments. Troublesome spoilage microorganisms include aerobic psychrotrophic Gram-negative bacteria, yeasts, molds, heterofermentative lactobacilli, and spore-forming bacteria. Psychrotrophic bacteria can produce large amounts of extracellular hydrolytic enzymes, and the extent of recontamination of pasteurized fluid milk products with these bacteria is a major determinant of their shelf life. Fungal spoilage of dairy foods is manifested by the presence of a wide variety of metabolic by-products, causing off-odors and flavors, in addition to visible changes in color or texture. Skip to main content.
Microbial food safety along the dairy chain View all 13 Articles. Raw bovine milk is highly nutritious as well as pH-neutral, providing the ideal conditions for microbial growth. The microbiota of raw milk is diverse and originates from several sources of contamination including the external udder surface, milking equipment, air, water, feed, grass, feces, and soil.
Microbial spoilage of milk and milk products
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