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Class and Type of Milk

Dairies in India have to market milk by standardizing, as per the various types of milk prescribed under Food Safety Standard Act, 2006. These type of milk differ in their Milk fat and Milk SNF contents.

# Type of Milk Milk Fat(%Not less than) Milk SNF(%Not less than)
1 Double Toned Milk 1.5 9.0
2 Toned Milk 3.0 8.5
3 Standardized Milk 4.5 8.5
4 Cow Milk 3.5 8.5
5 Buffalo Milk(Karnataka) 5.0 9.0
6 Full Cream Milk 6.0 9.0
7 Skim Milk Not more than 0.5 8.7

Raw milk procured from villages, contain numerous pathogenic and spoilage bacteria. These microorganisms, if allowed to grow, multiply at logarithmic rate and produce many toxins and enzymes and spoil milk. Hence milk is processed by heat treatment in dairies.

Various types of heat-treatment given to milk before reaches consumers

Sterilised milk refers to heating of milk sealed container continuously to a temperature of either 115°C for 15min or at least 130°C for a period of one second or more in a continuous flow and then packed under aseptic condition in hermetically sealed containers to ensure preservation at room temperature for a period not less than 15days from the date of manufacture.

  • Raw chilled Milk –

    No heat treatment given to the milk after collecting from the Farmers and chilling to less than 6°C on or before 4h.

    Raw chilled Milk

  • Pasteurized Milk-

    Refers to the process of heating every particle of milk of different classes to at least 63°C and holding at such temperature continuously for at least 30min or heating it to at least 71.5°C and holding at such temperature continuously for at least 15 seconds and promptly cooled to less than 5°C.

    Pasteurized Milk

  • Sterilised Milk

    Sterilised milk refers to heating of milk sealed container continuously to a temperature of either 115°C for 15min or at least 130°C for a period of one second or more in a continuous flow and then packed under aseptic condition in hermetically sealed containers to ensure preservation at room temperature for a period not less than 15days from the date of manufacture.

    Sterilised Milk

  • UHT Milk (Ultra High Temperature Milk)–

    It is tending and modern technology to preserve the milk by heating. Milk is heated through a closed system. On the way it is preheated, highly heat treated, homogenised, cooled and packed aseptically. Milk usually treated at 135 – 150°C for a few seconds or no holding, by either indirect heating, direct steam injection or infusion and packing in aseptic design to eliminate the risk of reinfection.

    UHT  Milk

Address

Karnataka Co-operative Milk Producers’ Federation Ltd.
KMF Complex, P.B. No.2915, D.R.College Post, Dr.M.H.Marigowda Road, BANGALORE - 560 029. Karnataka.

Phone

080-260 96800

Customer Care Number:

1800 425 8030 toll free 10.00AM - 5.30PM

(Except on Second Saturday,Sunday & GOVT.Holidays)

Fax: 080-255 36105