Ultra-high temperature handling, (less frequently) ultra-heat medication (both curtailed UHT), or ultra-sanitization is the cleansing of nourishment by warming it for a greatly brief time, around 1â2 seconds, at a temperature surpassing 135Â°c (275Â°f), which is the temperature needed to kill spores in milk. The most well-known UHT item is milk, however the procedure is likewise utilized for soil grown foods juices, cream, soy milk, yogurt, wine, soups, nectar, and stews. UHT milk was concocted in the 1960s, and got to be by and large accessible for utilization in the 1970s. High hotness throughout the UHT procedure can result in Maillard caramelizing and change the taste and odor of dairy items.
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Last date updated on June, 2014