Saturday 25th of May 2013
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And so it went...
For over 50 years the large dairy interests in America have worked to promote the idea that "pasteurized" milk is safe milk.
They did this for two major reasons:
1). Pasteurization enabled them to collect and transport milk containing high levels of bacteria, because the process would kill the bacteria in the milk.
2). Because pasteurization killed all the bacteria (both good and bad) in the milk, the shelf life of the milk was longer, resulting in higher profits through lesser amounts of spoiled milk.
What you were never told was that this was a poor choice.
It was a poor choice because it enabled an inferior product to dominate the market, while at the same time, putting the small dairy farmers out of business.
Fortunately, today we have better technology that can render the perceived benefits of pasteurization obsolete.