Effect of high hydrostatic pressure, ultrasound and pulsed electric fields on milk composition and characteristics

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Jeličić, Irena; Lisak, Katarina; Božanić, Rajka;
  • Publisher: Croatian Dairy Union
  • Journal: Mljekarstvo : časopis za unaprjeđenje proizvodnje i prerade mlijeka,volume 62,issue 1 (issn: 0026-704X, eissn: 1846-4025)
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  • Subject: visoki hidrostatski tlak; ultrazvuk; pulsirajuće električno polje; mlijeko; svojstva | high hydrostatic pressure; ultrasound, pulsed electric fields; milk; characteristics

High hydrostatic pressure, ultrasonication and pulsed eletrcic fields (PEF) belong to novel food processing methods which are mostly implemented in combination with moderate temperatures and/ or in combination with each other in order to provide adequate microbiological... View more
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