has supplied Sweetened Condensed Milk Plant for various capacities to
several customers in India.
Sweetened Condensed milk is basically concentrated milk with added sugars.
The high sugar concentration in sweetened condensed milk destroys majority
of micro - organism. It can be made either from whole milk or skim milk.
Normally it contains 8% Fat, 45% Sugar, 20% SNF and 28% Moisture and is
packed in 397gm tins or in barrels for industrial use.
The manufacturing process consists of the following stages :
- Sugar Addition
- Seeding and Crystallization
- Packaging in sterilized Cans
To manufacture sweetened condensed milk the pasteurized milk with added
sugar is taken to the evaporator and concentrated to desired level of solid
concentration. The product is then cooled in such a way that lactose forms
very small crystals in the supersaturated solution. After cooling &
crystallization the sweetened condensed milk is packed in 397 gm of
can supply evaporated milk plant of various capacities.
Evaporated milk is a sterilized product with light creamy color. The
product finds a large market in tropical countries. It is used where fresh
milk is not available. It is also used as a substitute for breast milk, in
which case Vitamin D is added. It is also used in cooking and as a
The manufacturing process for the evaporated milk involves precision
standardization of the fat content and the dry solids contents. This is
followed by heat treatment which partly destroys the microbes present in the
milk so that the risk of coagulation of milk is avoided in the subsequent
In the manufacturing of evaporated milk, the heat treated milk is fed to an
evaporator, where it is concentrated up to 26% (8% Fat and 18% SNF). The
milk is then homogenized before being cooled. Checks are carried out on the
coagulation stability of the milk before it is packaged in the sterilized
cans. The product is then placed in an autoclave for sterilization. Finally
the cans are cooled before storage. The different stages in the production
of evaporated milk are: -
- Cooling & Inspection