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04-06-2011, 12:42 PM
Low-Heat Pasteurization
 
Indirect steam colostrum dryer The high-heat pasteurization and drying processes used by many producers of colostrum powders can denature the sensitive PRPs and IgG proteins in colostrum. Only low-heat flash pasteurization and low-heat indirect drying to preserve the efficacy and bioactivity of the colostrum. The processing plant has a special High Temperature Short Time (HTST) pasteurizer which meets all USDA Pasteurization Milk Ordinance (PMO) requirements. Using flash pasteurization (161º F or 72º C for 15 seconds) all potentially harmful pathogens are removed, while immunoglobulins and other biologically important proteins retain their bioactivity.


Low-Pressure Processing
Similar to high-heat processing, high-pressure processing of colostrum will denature proteins and reduce the bioactivity of the finished product & powders are consistently processed at lower pressures (often less than 10% of those used by other manufacturers).


Indirect Steam Drying
Cow colostrum is spray dried using indirect steam and with low pressure and temperatures (less than 145°F or 63º C) to produce a high quality powder while protecting the colostral proteins. Toxic NOx components produced in direct fired dryers used by other manufacturers are not produced indirect steam dryer. The US Food and Drug Administration limits the content of NOx components to < 10 ppm for infants. The dryer meets these strict requirements.


Quality Assurance
Certified Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) are rigorously followed. There are 300 Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) that control all aspects of the production process. Every step of manufacturing, material handling, finished goods release, line clearance, employee training and certified Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) are documented. Thirty-two cameras show every movement in the factory. Remote access allows Senior Managers to consistently monitor all manufacturing process variables. The facility is inspected annually by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and by Kosher and Halal inspectors.


Testing
Each product batch is analyzed prior to shipment to assure its quality, efficacy, and safety. In order to ensure consistent high quality in every batch, analysis is also conducted during each step of the production process using equipment such as , in-house High-Performance Liquid Chromatography units.

Dedicated Flexible Facility
The dedicated colostrum production facility exclusively to produce its high-grade colostrum products. Since no other products are made in this facility, the risk of cross-contamination from non-colostrum products during the manufacturing process is eliminated. The in-house technology for instantization, and agglomeration of colostrum powders. Non-GMO phospholipids are used to instantize colostrum powders.
Granulation and agglomeration ensures consistent particle size and allows the colostrum to more readily dissolve in liquids, which makes it more appropriate for encapsulation


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