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Concentrating milk at the farm does not affect quality

Analyses show that quality and durability of milk powder made from concentrated milk is same as for powder made from ordinary milk.

Dairy processing plants commonly use the reverse-osmosis filtration technique to remove water from milk for further processing, such as for cheese or milk powder. However, many resources would be saved if it was possible to move this process to dairy farms, since the amount of water to be transported would then be reduced.

In cooperation with Danish dairy company Arla, doctoral student Ida Sørensen and associate professor Lars Wiking from the department of food science at Aarhu

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