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Quality Characteristics of Cholesterol Free UHT Pasteurized Milk

Cholesterol Free 우유의 품질특성

  • Jeon, Jeong-Ki (Technical Research Institute, HaiTai Dairy Co., Ltd.)
  • 전정기 (해태유업(주) 기술연구소)
  • Published : 2005.04.01

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to investigate the quality characteristic of cholesterol free milk helping the reduction of serum cholesterol. Cholesterol free milk stored at $10\pm1^{\circ}C$ was evaluated with general analysis, stability, cholesterol, microorganism, aflatoxin $M_1$, antibiotic, antibacterial agent, color, and sensory evaluation. Animal fat contents were significant (p<0.05), but normal values. Quality characteristics of alcohol test, freezing point, and somatic cell count were general milk data with stability. Cholesterol content, microorganism, and aflatoxin MI were not detected. Also antibiotic and antibacterial agent residues were not detected by Parallux, Charm II, TTC II, and Eclipse method. Color of CFM1 was significant, while CFM2 was similar with conventional milk. Compared to control milk made by conventional way, QDA scores of color and mouthfeel in CFM1 were significantly different, whereas CFM2 did not show any significant. These Quality characteristic results suggested that health-oriented cholesterol free milk would be made by food additive.

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