The Goodness of Cow’s Milk

No drugs/ drug metabolites in our milk

Naturally disease resistant Gir Breed of cattle used for milk production

Our Gir cattle are fed with organically grown fodder (grown by Hydroponics) – so our milk is 100% Organic

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  • Veerankilock,
    Krishna Dist, A.P.
  • phone: +91 9985893555
    +91 7799883666
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Disadvantages of Pasteurization

Pasteurization is a heating process developed to destroy the micro-organisms present in milk that cause illness and other diseases. This process involves heating the milk to high temperatures between 150-300 degrees Fahrenheit and then cooling it.

  • Despite the fact that it kills harmful bacteria and pathogens, pasteurization is also known to destroy the beneficial bacteria and other essential nutritions to provide for a longer shelf life.
  • The heating process destroys the nutrients and also changes the flavor. The taste of freshness is lost as a result of pasteurization.
  • Active enzymes that are crucial for nutrient absorption are destroyed.
  • Also, the phosphates essential for absorption of calcium along with many other primary nutrients are destroyed.
  • Pasteurized milk damages most of the important nutrients in the milk that makes the milk whole.
  • The equipment needed to pasteurize the milk is complicated. If not maintained properly, it can lead to spoilt milk.