1. Pasteurising is a process in which milk is heated at 63 °C for 30 minutes or heated at 72 °C fo 15 seconds and followed by rapid cooling to below 10 °C.
2. The pasteurised milk can then be refrigerated to last a few days.
3. Friut juice can also be preserved in this way.
4. This method of preservation retains the natural flavour of milk. Nutriens like vitamins are not destroyed.