Kleinpeter Dairy Frequent Questions
What is K+ and why do we make it?
We know that sometimes milk-drinkers want ‘a little more’, and we believe in the beneficial qualities of probiotics so we created K+: reduced-fat, great tasting Kleinpeter milk ‘+’ Acidophilus.
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What does 'pasteurized' mean?
Pasteurization is when raw milk is heated to 161 degrees Farenheit for fifteen seconds to kill bacteria that could spoil the milk. Pasteurization also extends the shelf life.
What does 'ultra-pasturized' mean?
Ultra-pasteurization is when raw milk is heated to 280 degrees Farenheit for at least two seconds to kill bacteria that could spoil the milk. Ultra-high pasteurization is usually used for milk products that need to be shipped a long way from where they were packaged, such as to another state or region.