Tatiana Koutchma

Gail Barnes

International dairy markets can be categorized into two major types: milk products that are distributed predominantly in a cold chain, such as the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom; and those markets, like Argentina, Brazil, Spain, and France, where milk is distributed predominantly at ambient temperature.

Milk products are generally required by law to be processed by various thermal methods, such as pasteurization, to ensure a product free from pathogens, or by Ultra High Temperature…

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About the Author

Tatiana Koutchma, PhD, is a scientist in novel food technologies, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada ([email protected]).