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Over time the reference to the creator of pasteurization was dropped from the phrase (sorry, Louie) and it was reduced to the numbers.
In 1908, Chicago passed the first law making pasteurization of milk a legal requirement.
Just look for jars with labels that say raw or unpasteurized, since the heat of pasteurization kills the good bacteria, Gans says.
But no standards or conditions short of requiring pasteurization of the herdshare milk could ensure its safety—which the department couldn’t do.
There are, for instance, semi-professorial studies in the history and uses of pasteurization, pre-made vs. homemade ice cream base, and dry milk powder.
Most milk in the U.S. is fortified, homogenized, and pasteurized, and that’s a good thing, as pasteurization greatly reduces the risk of foodborne illness.
Cloverleaf held the distinction of being the first of the dairies in Northwest Indiana to build a modern pasteurization plant.
There is no threat to human health, because pasteurization kills the bacteria in milk.
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