Abstract

11. QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT MILK BRAND IN BAREILLY REGION

Abstract


In everyday life, milk is an important commodity. It is not only a source of protein of high quality, but also, in addition to other nutrients, a source of calcium and riboflavin. Milk is the product that is most commercially marketed by both local vendors and supermarkets. Because of the rules laid down by the FSSAI, the majority of labelled goods are of sufficient quality in the goods marketed. However, such adulterants are added to local products to increase the yield, which can affect the nutritional quality of the milk. Therefore, to understand the operation, Amul Milk, Mother Dairy Milk, T20milk, Ananda Milk, Cow and Buffalo Milk were the current study aimed at understanding adulteration in 6 selected local milk samples selected. In most milk water content, the adulteration observed mainly in T20 Milk, and Ananda milk was adulterated with some vendors is more, but urea was also observed in few samples. Therefore, the study clearly showed that milk from local vendors had adulterated samples.

    Article Information

  • Volume - Volume 1
  • Issue - Issue 1A
  • S.N - 11
  • Pages - 84-92
  • Authors - Sunny Patel*, Rohit Kumar Bijauliya, Sachin Shrivastava and Pankaj Rai
  • Affiliation - Department of Biotechnology, Invertis University, Bareilly-243123 (Uttar Pradesh), India.
  • Email - patelsunny0111@gmail.com
  • Types of manuscript - Research
  • Language - English
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