Skimmed Milk

Skimmed Milk powder
245.00 Eur / 1 MT
5,00 EUR ( 2,08% ) in 7 days
15,00 EUR ( 6,52% ) in 28 days

Liquid dairy products supplier

Foodcom S.A.
29 Wernyhory Street
02-727 Warsaw
Poland (Europe)

 

+48 22 652 36 59
foodcom@foodcom.pl

Skimmed Pasteurized Milk is prepared from raw milk by mechanically separating almost all fat and reducing its saturation to 0,05% or less. The product is also pasteurized to remove any pathogens and extend shelf life. 

Skimmed Pasteurized Milk has a liquid form and solid, white color. It has a typical smell and taste of a pasteurized milk product, without foreign odors. 

 

Applications

The most popular applications in the dairy sector is the production of milk powders, cheeses, and milk drinks. 

 

Technical aspects

Skimming the milk usually takes place in a centrifuge, where fat clusters are separated from the more liquid part of the milk, which is then collected. In effect, the final product is milk with fat content reduced to 0,05% or less, but with the preservation of most nutrients. 

 

Pasteurization of the product is conducted by heating the milk to at least 71.5ᵒC for 15 to 20 seconds and then cooling it abruptly to 10ᵒC, or less. This process ensures that the product is deprived of any pathogens or unwanted bacteria. Phosphatase test is used to verify that the process was conducted correctly. 

 

Physico-chemical analysis

Fat content – <=0,05%

pH value – 6.6 – 6.8

Density – >=1,0310

Pasteurization  – Phosphatase absent

Acidity – 6,0-7,5

Inhibitors – unacceptable

 

Shelf life

The product is stored at the temperature of 6ᵒC or less.

 

Packaging and transportation

 

Skimmed Pasteurized Milk is transported in silo trucks. The trucks are only used for food transport, in clean, suitable containers by prevention of contamination. A cleaning certificate of immediately previous cleaning (max. 48 h) is to present the recipient plant. 

 

The product is compliant with regulation (EC) No 853/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin. Transportation process meets the requirements of Regulation (EC) No 852/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs.

 

Why choose Foodcom as a European Dairy Provider?

Our best service is confirmed by the BRC Agents & Brokers certificate. 

 

Our great team of Sales Support will help our Traders conduct the contract and business deals in a smooth and efficient way to ensure the best quality service to all our Business Partners. Our logistics team will take care of transportation and the financial department will be responsible for all matters connected with the financial part of the deal.

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