About KC+ STANDARDISED MILK
KC+ Standardised Milk means cow milk or buffalo or combination of both, which has been Standardised to fat 4.5% and 8.5% Solids – Not – Fat by the addition of skim milk or by addition of recombined or reconstituted skim milk. Standardised milk shall be pasteurized and shall show a negative phosphatase test.
It is the milk whose fat and solids-non-fat content has been adjusted to a certain predetermined level. The Standardization can be done by partial skimming of the fat in milk with a cream separator or by admixture with fresh or reconstituted skim milk in proper proportion. Under PFA (1974), the KC+ Standardised Milk for liquid consumption should contain a minimum of 4.5% Milk Fat and 8.5% of Solids-Not-Fat.