Butter Quality Parameters

Butter is the animal fat obtained from the separation between fat and non-fat fraction of milk. Separation is done using a cream separator centrifuge method based on the differences in specific gravity. Fat (the cream part) has lighter density therefore it will rise to the top surface, while the non-fat fraction is in liquid form […]

Interesting Facts about Chocolate Milk

Chocolate milk is one of the most favorite milk flavor, for both kids and adults. Enjoyment of milk combined with a delicious chocolate flavor is one reason why this product is highly preferred. Almost all types of milk on the market, whether it is liquid milk, milk powder and sweetened condensed milk has a chocolate […]

Effect of Food Coloring on Children’s Behaviors

  Color is one of the critical factors to the quality of the food. Food dyes or food colorings are food additives in the form of natural dyes and synthetic dyes, which when added or applied to the food is able to provide or improve the color. As same as other food additives, there are […]

All You Need to Know About Condensed Milk

There are many reasons why condensed milk is very popular among the people, especially the lower middle class. If you do not have a refrigerator or freezer, condensed milk is one way to enjoy delicious nutritious milk. In a sealed condition (unopened can) at room temperature, condensed milk has a long shelf life even reached […]

Dairy Ice Cream vs Non Dairy Ice Cream

Ice cream is the most widely consumed frozen desserts. According to the IDFA (International Dairy Foods Association), the ice cream has been known around the 2nd century BC, though the original inventor is not certainty recorded. In the days of the Roman Empire, the Emperor Nero (54-86 BC) also frequently sent runners into the snow […]

Milk for Kids: Full Cream or Low Fat?

  Milk is the normal secretion of milking animals obtained from one or more milkings without either addition to it or extraction from it intended for consumption as liquid milk or for further processing (CODEX STAN 206-1999). At the young mammals, including human infants, milk is the first food that can be digested (Varnam & […]