certified pasteurized milk
Definition: cow's milk in which the maximum permissible limit for bacteria should not be more than 10,000 bacteria per mL before pasteurization and not more than 500 bacteria per ml after pasteurization; it must be cooled to 7.2°C or less and maintained at that temperature until delivery.
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