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Dairy Productsmilk date from more than 6,000 years ago. Milk is produced all over the world from animals which are well-adapted to their specific environmental conditions.
- 3.5% protein
- 2.8% casein
- 3.7% fat
- 4.8% carbohydrates
- and 0.7%
- ash the rest is water (approx. 87%).
Milk and dairy products represent an important element in daily nutrition and are also a key economic factor. This fact is clearly demonstrated by a stable annual production of, for example, 138 million tons in Europe and 94 million tons in the USA. Dairy products account for up to 30% of food sales in a large number of regions.
The price of milk is under strong international pressure due to the formation of large groups of companies with concentrated production and highly automated processes. The handling of milk also calls for a high care and hygiene standards. An installation can be successful with the right overall concept - from the selection of the installed technology through to the cleaning process parameters.