Genuine Evaporated Milk from Fresh Cow Milk
EVAPORATED MILK, made from fresh cow natural milk
Genuine evaporated milk, also known as dehydrated milk, is a shelf-stable canned milk product with about 60% of the water removed from fresh cow milk. It differs from sweetened condensed milk, which contains added sugar and differs also from evaporated filled milk, which is made of vegetable oils instead of genuine cow butterfat.
The product takes up half the space of its nutritional equivalent in fresh cow milk. When the liquid product is mixed with a proportionate amount of water, evaporated milk becomes the rough equivalent of fresh milk. This makes evaporated milk attractive for shipping purposes as it can have a shelf life of months or even years, depending upon the fat and sugar content. This made evaporated milk very popular before refrigeration as a safe and reliable substitute for perishable fresh milk, which could be shipped easily to locations lacking the means of safe milk production or storage.
Households in the western world use it most often today for desserts and baking due to its unique flavor. It is also used as a substitute for pouring cream, as an accompaniment to desserts, or as a rich substitute for milk.
The process involves the evaporation of about half the water from the milk, after which the product is homogenized, canned, and sterilized.
CAN SIZES AND QUANTITIES PER CONTAINER
Pallets and container loading for evaporated milk
IMITATION PROCESSED CHEESE
Processed cheese is a food product made from normal cheese and sometimes other unfermented dairy ingredients, plus emulsifiers, extra salt, food coloring or whey. In the United States, the most recognizable variety of processed cheese is sold under the name American cheese.
This form of sliced cheese have become commonplace in the United States, most notably used for cheeseburgers and grilled cheese sandwiches. Processed cheese slices are individually wrapped in plastic. It has several technical advantages over unprocessed cheese, including extended shelf-life, resistance to separation when cooked, and uniformity of product. Its production also enjoys significant economic advantages over traditional cheese making processes, most often through the ability to incorporate any of a wide variety of less expensive ingredients.
The use of emulsifiers in processed cheese results in cheese that melts smoothly when cooked. With prolonged heating, unprocessed cheese will separate into a molten protein gel and liquid fat; processed cheese will not separate in this manner. Because processed cheese does not separate when melted, it is used as an ingredient in a variety of dishes. It is a popular addition to hamburgers, as it does not run off, nor does it change in texture or taste as it is heated.
Our product is available in 16 slices pack,which are shipped in cases containing 12 packs each. The minimum order is 1 full container.