Calcium in Cheese

Cheese comes in many varieties and is made from milk of various animals, including cows, sheep, goats and horses. The variety determines the ingredients, processing, and characteristics of the cheese. As milk sours, it breaks down into curds, lumps of phosphoprotein, and whey. It is the curds that are used to make cheese. Cheese can be broadly categorised…

Measuring pH During Cheese Production

Cheese is a versatile food that is valued worldwide for its high nutritional value and long shelf life. Cheeses are typically made from the coagulation and fermentation of milk from livestock mammals such as goats, sheep, or cows. There exist hundreds of cheese varieties, all prepared with differing compositions and techniques. As a result of…

Food Quality pH Meters

Hanna Instruments is pleased to announce a new line of Application Specific Design portable pH meters for the food industry.  This family of Foodcare meters includes a general-purpose model (HI98161) and versions specific for milk (HI98162), meat (HI98163), yoghurt (HI98164), and cheese (HI98165) products.  Due to the challenges faced when measuring difficult samples, specifically food…